Oct 1, 2020

Protecting Tigers - October 2020 Update

Thank you for supporting DSWF by donating to our tiger projects.

Amongst the global uncertainty brought about by Covid-19, your support has never been more important as conservation projects grapple to deal with limited resources, reduced tourism and increasing levels of poaching. Despite the devastating impacts of Covid-19 on conservation efforts, DSWF have pledged to maintain full levels of support across our whole conservation portfolio. This will stretch us to our financial limits, but we have no other option!

Tigers have made the news for various different reasons this year and our Programmes and Policy Intern, Linus Hiscox, had a deeper look into Captive Tiger Management: what separates the good, the bad and the ugly?

Your donations allow DSWF's partner projects to monitor key wild tiger populations to ensure viable and safe breeding conditions in their natural habitat. Find out how else you are protecting tigers.

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Oct 1, 2020

Protecting Pangolins - October 2020 Update

Thank you for supporting DSWF by donating to our pangolin projects.

Amongst the global uncertainty brought about by Covid-19, your support has never been more important as conservation projects grapple to deal with limited resources, reduced tourism and increasing levels of poaching. Despite the devastating impacts of Covid-19 on conservation efforts, DSWF have pledged to maintain full levels of support across our whole conservation portfolio. This will stretch us to our financial limits, but we have no other option!

Pangolins play a pivotal role in their habitats, influencing soil processes and preventing mass crop damage. Our Programmes and Policy Intern, Linus Hiscox, had a deeper look into their unique ecology in The Pangolin Puzzle.

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Oct 1, 2020

Protecting Painted Dogs - October 2020 Update

Thank you for supporting DSWF by donating to our painted dog projects.

Amongst the global uncertainty brought about by Covid-19, your support has never been more important as conservation projects grapple to deal with limited resources, reduced tourism and increasing levels of poaching. Despite the devastating impacts of Covid-19 on conservation efforts, DSWF have pledged to maintain full levels of support across our whole conservation portfolio. This will stretch us to our financial limits, but we have no other option!

There is still much for scientists to learn about painted dogs. Our Programmes and Policy Intern, Linus Hiscox, had a deeper look into their highly complex social structures. The more we know, the better we can protect the species.

Find out how else you are protecting painted dogs.

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