Big Cats Fighting For Survival

29th March 2017
We are pleased to announce that Yorkshire Wildlife Park has kindly agreed to host our

Big Cats Fighting for Survival

event on

18 October 2017.


Big cats need our help to stand a chance to survive extinction. All tiger subspecies have been classified as Endangered by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), and three of them even as Critically Endangered. The most endangered big cat species is the Amur leopard, of which there are approximately 80 left in the wild.

At the Big Cats Fighting for Survival event, experts will discuss the problems tigers and Amur leopards are facing in the wild and the conservation work that is being done to help them. The evening will include the following talks:

"Protecting Russia’s Big Cats" - the Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA)
“Giving Wild Tigers a future with 21st Century Tiger” - 21st Century Tiger
“The Wild Tiger Health Centre” - Wildlife Vets International

The evening will start at 7pm (finishing at 9pm) and tickets can be purchased online via the link below:
Big Cats Fighting for Survival