About Us

We are a group of non-governmental non-profit conservationists and interact closely with and actively support the tiger conservation activities of government agencies as well as non-government organizations.

This website is a weblog of information and activities to save tigers. Interested entities are welcome to actively take part in discussions and submit their opinions. Though we are not related to any government or private agency, we follow the principles and guidelines issued by the National Tiger Conservation Authority, India and the tenets of the Project Tiger, India.

We are very grateful to Animail.com who preserved this domain name and transferred to us for a very generous consideration. Animail.com is giving away conservation related domain names to interested genuine entities to use the domain names for furthering conservation efforts.

84 thoughts on “About Us”

  1. By writing blogs we can aware educated people about Tiger.Pls note educated people. which very less as compared to over all population of India.

    Writing Blogs is not sufficient , In my opinion
    1) We aware school children , they are our future
    2) Go to villages and aware people .
    3) Organize camps
    Action speaks louder than words……….

  2. Yes this is the time for action and it is the good objective to save our national animals.What is the government and we public doing ?

  3. Time to save our Tigers………………..If not it is just shame on our part to be a human beings, Our government comes with alot of policy’s that benefits our people.But what about other living creatures.
    Let government come with a new policy like “5 year plan”for the development of tiger population and instead of creating a separate statesfor us .Lets make a separate conserved forestal states which will help the growth of our tigers population & must adopt a very strict rules,who ever disturb the wild animals must be hanged…………No more excuses

  4. Save tigers…….
    Government is not going to do anything to save tigers till some pressure of our people wont come on them, its due to all corruption and all…….
    its what we have to do by preserving trees and forests and opposing to pochers at any cost.
    this poching is only due to less source of earning of the people which are living near all tiger reserves and they are getting much more from the pochers, so its need to educate them about saving tigers and by helping them in any way.

  5. @ashwin patil
    The point you make about the poachers giving more benefit to the forest fringe dwellers is definitely one of the major reasons and concerned agencies are working to counter this. We should actively participate in educating such people and see that they are weaned away from the temptation of easy money. Easy money is a major ill of the whole society and is the toughest nut to crack. That’s what we bloggers are supposed to do. Highlight the good and the bad and form public opinions.

  6. @Neha Sinha
    First of all don’t say “your” but “our”. This is a non-profit activity open to everyone. We should visit forest areas, tiger reserve buffer areas and educate people, show them means of livelihood. You do not have to spend money for this. Just mobilize a group of like-minded friends and make this kind of visits a past-time activity. When you think of a picnic or a movie show next time, try replacing that with a visit to the nearest forest area.

  7. The problem with our country is that we have always neglected the “ANIMALS” and always being SELFISH to give importance to only ourselves.Thanks to the organization for spreading the awareness about the increasing Threat to our Tigers, or else we would have one day woke up to find that “OUR” Tigers have become EXTINCT……
    Though it has been mentioned that it does NOT pertain to Killing but it is related to Deforestation, still the primary reason should always be a Concern and should not be NEGLECTED.

    First of all We must start educating the Villages in India who majorly influence the Forest areas.Rather than the Metro cities the Rural places needs to be educated for the same.

    Govt must curb the people from dwelling in the forest regions.As they say “ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS”, so kindly let me know what are my responsibilities for this Mission instead of writing Blogs n wasting TIME.I Feel pity for ourselves as we have stopped being HUMANE in nature.

    We falsely and very proudly say that we are concerned for our increasing population and especially the Weaker section of the society but has the Govt at least managed to fulfill this with respect to humans????? Saving Tigers is much more Important task which needs to be prioritized by ONE and ALL!!!!!!

    As far as possible the awareness must be created through all means of communication.We always show Sympathy towards the poor in need but does this mean that we need to NEGLECT our Animals especially TIGERS just because they cannot express their views or they cannot SPEAK?????

    We cannot see GOD but still we Believe in him, Right????? then when we can see our tigers in PAIN how can we be Blind towards them???? It’s high time, we need to take some actions and make some moves.

    I humbly request all those reading this to PLEASE be the VOICE of our tigers and help them be a part of our lives.

    Please let me know if there is any financial help required, I truly want to be a part of this project……….. Please Help

    MAY OUR MISSION BE A HUGE SUCCESS, MAY GOD BLESS ONE AND ALL!!!!!!!!

  8. @Arati

    “Writing Blogs” is NOT “wasting TIME”. It is because a blog is or blogs are being written that common opinion is being mobilized. We have suggested a few “things to do” in some comments over the past few days, and in a post “What to do?” dated 13-Feb-2010. We will frequently add more “things to do”. It will be an ongoing activity.

    @All

    No single group or team can do all the work. So, a website or a blog is useful to foster many such groups. If you have money to spare, instead of giving it away or spending on luxuries, form your own conservation society. Follow the “things to do” tag for ideas on direct or indirect activities to save tigers.

    We will succeed. ?? ????? ??????!

  9. Hi All,

    Can any one of bolg let me know what can I do to save tiger. I daily see addvertisement in TV and want to save our Tigers.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Priti Detroja

  10. Save our trees and tigers,tiger is our national animal,we should not kill tigers and save forest from Neel Akolkar

  11. @Ranjeet Badhe

    Please follow our blog and note the post, comments and replies to comments with the tags “things to do” or “what to do”.

  12. it was very much trgedious thing that such a royal species of animal get vanished. According to me if cant do anything now this species surely get vanished from earth. i promise that in any condition i will save tigers at any coast.

  13. i am rajeev and i love tiger still do not know the reason why they dying and who is responsible and why guilt not been punished hard.how this south africa people been so successful to take care of there all national park.are they much talanted and dedicated

  14. @rajeev yadav

    For one, Africa’s national parks are having huge areas, much more than in India’s parks. Also, they have lesser population and so lesser pressure on natural resources. The single biggest contribution a common person can do is to stop consuming products that directly or indirectly contribute in destruction of forest cover. The dwindling forest cover is the single most important reason for the reduction in tiger population.

  15. I hereby to say some words on to save tigers.As our India national animal is Tiger we are in a situation to save our tigers population.We have to protect the tigers in the jungle should keep many miltary peoples to secure the tiger jungles.Save tigers is to save our India.So please give hands to save our Indian tigers.

  16. I’m very much wild life lover & I visit Gir forest very frequently.
    I have only one thing to say.
    If you want people to stop killing wild & enocent animals, Shoot few pochers, rest will stop automotaticly in fear of deth………

  17. @Niju Padia

    We empathize with your feelings, but certainly do not advocate taking law into own hands.

  18. first of all we need to respect them and we need to dedicate ourselves into it and can i know how to be a member of this project please

  19. @Prateek

    You are already a member if you follow our blog regularly. Just spread awareness about saving nature and endangered animals.

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