Tigers are our planet’s iconic big cat.
The beautiful, awe-inspiring tiger is one of our planet’s most iconic animals. But here’s the shocking truth; wild tiger numbers dropped by more than 95% since the beginning of the 20th century. In recent years, conservation work and the commitment of various governments has halted the decline in global tiger numbers. To coincide with International Tiger Day, we’d like to invite you to get to know more about this amazing species. We’ve got some fantastic free resources for you to enjoy along the way; including fact sheets, craft activities and a free downloadable Tiger poster!
1. Learn & Explore
Download our Tiger Explore Poster & Fact Sheet
Explore is our dedicated species poster series for young people. This edition looks at Tigers and includes some fascinating facts about this species, where they live, the threats they face and what you can do to help safeguard their future. You can also download our tiger fact sheet to learn more about these magnificent creatures.
2. Get creative
5 fun tiger themed activities!
Show your support for tigers across our amazing planet by getting creative with one of exciting tiger themes activities. From tiger keyrings to a 3D tiger habitat greeting card, there’s plenty of fun to be had…
3. Take action
Become a WWF #GreenAmbassador
Green Ambassadors is our flagship young persons programme that enables children (ages 5 – 16) to learn more about the natural world, explore and share their love for it, and feel inspired to safeguard it. We do this by providing a range of FREE interactive and educational resources to both schools and youth groups.
Have you ordered your Tiger badge?
You can also show your support this International Tiger Day by ordering your very own Tiger Explore badge. You can sew your badge onto a number of items, including blankets, pencil cases and bags.
ADOPT A TIGER
There are only around 3,900 tigers remaining in the wild. They’ve been killed and their habitats destroyed. Become a Tiger Protector today for just £5 a month, and help us protect this majestic species and the amazing world we live in.