Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat

by Wildlife Society of Selangor
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Protect the Malayan Tiger and restore its habitat
Nov 24, 2020

End of the year thank you and update #givingtuesday #dowhatyoucan

Bateq rangers Roslan and Ali actively patrolling
Bateq rangers Roslan and Ali actively patrolling

Dear MYCAT supporters and tiger Ambassadors,

As we enter the final stretch of this unprecedented year, we are thrilled to announce that our ranger patrols will be increased in both frequency and areas covered due to funds raised from our partners, the Singapore Wildcat Action Group (SWAG) through GlobalGiving on their SWAG100 Challenge in October.

"Thank you very much for your support of the SWAG100 Challenge and donation to our fundraising campaign! In 31 days, we raised US$11,560 for the Malaysian Conservation Alliance for Tigers (MYCAT). The funds will help MYCAT strengthen its Community Ranger patrol program as well as the Rewilding Yu project, both of which will ensure that the iconic Malayan tiger is protected and given a chance to thrive". A message from SWAG directors Carmen Pang and Vilma D’Rozario.

With the funds raised, we have identified new rangers to be trained and deployed in the coming months to further strengthen our presence in this most vital of wildlife corridors in peninsular Malaysia.

To further sustain this increase for the longer term, we are actively seeking matching funds from other grants/sources and so would like to make an end of the year appeal of you to graciously contribute to Tiger protection.

GlobalGiving is launching its largest #GivingTuesday to date, with $1 million to give away to our community on December 1, 2020! The campaign is aligned with the Global Generosity Movement that is celebrated by nonprofits, corporations, and donors alike each year in December.

Please rally your family, friends, and wildlife allies to help MYCAT fight for a better brighter more secure future for Malayan Tigers. Or consider making an honorary holiday donation this year on behalf of your loved ones!

We are counting on you to do what you can and support our rangers in the field. Just recently, they came upon an illegal land clearance witin the buffer zone (protected forest) of the national park. We are now assisitng the forestry department in the matter.

Our collective efforts have also caught the eyes and ears of the Malaysian police chief – please view the facebook link below for more info.

 

When you can't do what you do
You do what you can
This ain't my prayer, it's just a thought
I'm wanting to send
'Round here, we bend but don't break
Down here, we all understand
When you can't do what you do
You do what you can

- Bon Jovi –

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Wildlife Society of Selangor

Location: Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia
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Project Leader:
Suzalinur Bidin
Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
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