All Blog Posts for Tigers

How tigers in rehabilitation behave during their ‘night’ and ‘day’
25th March 2014 Ekaterina Blidchenko
In the evening, after 6 pm, all the tigers come out as if at a command. Kuzya lies down on a hill top or in a clearing. Read more »
Spotlight India: A lifestyle of hunting and trapping and its conflict with tiger
24th March 2014 Kelvin Alie
The following was written by Wildlife Trust of India’s Jose Louies, recounting my recent visit to Central India where Read more »
Rehabilitated Russian tiger cubs should learn to fear humans
10th March 2014 Ekaterina Blidchenko
A tiger that is to be released into the wild should learn to hunt, he or she should learn to communicate correctly with its Read more »
IFAW on Instagram, photos from the past week
7th March 2014 J.C. Bouvier
Are you an animal photo hound? Do you love to browse family, friends and network photos of people's pets and wildlife? Read more »
Rehabilitated Russian tigers heading into the homestretch
28th February 2014 Ekaterina Blidchenko
They grow up so fast. Three tiger cubs at the Rehabilitation Center for Rare Species in Alexeevka, Russia are heading into Read more »
21st February 2014 Kelly Donithan
UPDATED: 3.6.14 Sheba has been gaining more and more confidence in her new environment, as her keepers report that she Read more »