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Our Projects: TigerTime

Location: India, Asia, Russian Far East
DSWF supported since: 2011
Project Summary: TigerTime is DSWF's new conservation movement to help save the tiger from the brink of extinction. You can help by: Putting your name to the movement - the more people that join TigerTime the stronger our voice. Telling your friends and asking them to lend their support too. Spread the word through Twitter and Facebook. Make a donation.
"We can talk all day long about how to save the tiger - but the truth is simple; the killing has to stop! I'm not prepared to see tigers lost to the world and I want everyone who shares my view to stand with me and be heard."
David Shepherd CBE

Celebrities Sign Up to Save The Tiger

Time is running out ... help us stop the killing

Welcome to DSWF's new fundraising movement to rescue the tiger from the brink of extinction.

To mark his 80th birthday, David Shepherd has launched his most ambitious conservation project ever - TigerTime .

David says: "The tiger is perilously close to extinction.  Is our legacy going to be the loss of this iconic animal?  It breaks my heart to see what we are doing.  Time is literally running out. 

"I am launching a worldwide movement of people and businesses who share my view that we will not accept the loss of this iconic species.  I am asking people in their hundreds of thousands to unite behind TigerTimeTigerTime is more than a campaign – it is a worldwide movement.  I want people and businesses from all over the world, not just in Britain, to sign up.  For me, this is an intensely emotional battle.  It’s one we cannot afford to lose. "

Sally Case, Chief Executive of DSWF says, " TigerTime will focus on the direct actions that will save tigers.  We will fund more anti-poaching patrols, more undercover work to flush out and prosecute illegal traders in tiger parts and we will lobby the Governments of Asia to play their full part in enacting and enforcing tiger saving legislation. "

There are now less than 3,000 Tigers left in the wild.  Many fear that they will all be lost within 20 years if significant action is not taken.


Further details of the TigerTime movement can be found at www.tigertime.info

You can now donate to TigerTime by text Simply text the code TIGR11 followed by the amount you want to give to: 70070

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