Archives for 2014

Prince William Zeroes In on Transportation Sector’s Role in Combatting Wildlife Crime

08 December 2014 | World Wildlife News Release

In response to Prince William, Duke of Cambridge’s announcement of the launch of United for Wildlifes Transportation [Continue Reading…]

8-week-old tiger cub triplets make public debut at Point Defiance Zoo

05 December 2014 | Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium News Release

TACOMA, Wash. – Sumatran tiger triplets Kirana, Dari and Indah made their public debut at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium [Continue Reading…]

For Tiger Populations, a New Threat

10 November 2014 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

NEW YORK — Along with the pressures of habitat loss, poaching and depletion of prey species, a new threat to tiger [Continue Reading…]

Award-Winning New E-book to Benefit WCS Tiger Work

03 November 2014 | Wildlife Conservation Society News Release

20 Ways To Track A Tiger is a multi-sensory e-book experience about the survival of a wild Indian tigress and her two [Continue Reading…]

Urgent Need to Invest in Enforcement to Secure Future of Malaysia’s Tigers

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10 November 2014 | The Malayan Tigers News Release

Dear Editor,

Urgent Need to Invest in Enforcement to [Continue Reading…]

Discovery Channel and BBC Track One of the World’s Rarest Animals in ‘Last Tiger Standing’

17 September 2014 | Discovery Channel News Release

(LOS ANGELES, CA) In the U.S. premiere of the Discovery Channel/BBC co-production LAST TIGER STANDING, airing [Continue Reading…]

Discovery Channel Documents Never-Before-Seen Behavior In ‘Tigress Blood’

12 September 2014 | Discovery Channel News Release

(LOS ANGELES, CA) Tigers are solitary hunters. But in the forests of Central India, a gang of four tigresses is rewriting the [Continue Reading…]

Wildlife Crime Focus of Nepal meeting

31 August 2014 | Interpol News Release

KATHMANDU, Nepal – Formulating a collaborative strategy against wildlife crime was the focus of the second annual meeting of the South Asia Wildlife [Continue Reading…]

Painting to Save Tigers

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18 August 2014 | Interview by Craig Kasnoff

Art is an important communication tool to help promote the plight of endangered tigers and other endangered species.[Continue Reading…]

Interview with Sharon Guynup on Tigers in Crisis

14 August 2014 | Interview by Craig Kasnoff

An Endangered Species Day Interview on Saving Tigers in the Wild:

Sharon Guynup has written on topics ranging from climate change, fracking, the discovery of the SARS virus in bats, the [Continue Reading…]

Keshav Varma on Saving Wild Tigers (2)

26 June 2014 | Interview by Craig Kasnoff

Keshav Varma is the World Bank’s Program Director for the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI), an innovative alliance and partnership platform of governments, international agencies, civil society, and the private sector united to save wild tigers from [Continue Reading…]

Keshav Varma on Saving Wild Tigers (1)

19 June 2014 | Interview by Craig Kasnoff

Keshav Varma is the World Bank’s Program Director for the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI), an innovative alliance and partnership platform of governments, international agencies, civil society, and the private sector united to save wild tigers from [Continue Reading…]


Tigers in Crisis News is Produced by Endangered Species Journalist Craig Kasnoff

to Promote the Plight of Endangered Tigers and the Efforts to Save Them.