Tiger Foundation

Tiger Foundation

Address:999 W Hastings St, Suite 1780
Vancouver, BC V6C2W2

Web: www.tigerfdn.ca
Established: 1996. Description:Dedicated to the preservation of wild tigers. Focuses on habitat preservation initiatives, community development programs, anti-poaching patrols, park ranger training, and tiger ecology research. Dues: Donations accepted.

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Giving details of the possible negative impacts on the tiger reserve the "illegal construction"of the NH 248A could cause, Sariska Tiger Foundation -- an NGO run by experts and conservationists -- have written to the Rajasthan chief conservator of forests.
Sunayan Sharma, who is the president of the Sariska Tiger Foundation and had led a delegation of tiger activists to submit a memorandum to Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje two days ago, was also present during the meeting with the minister.
A group of conservationists led by Sunayan Sharma, president of the Sariska Tiger Foundation and a retired Indian Forest Service ( IFS) officer, in a memorandum to Raje pointed out that initially the deputy conservator of forests ( SCF) of Ranthambore had claimed that the tiger responsible for the Friday incident was T- 72.
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Sunayan Sharma, president, Sariska Tiger Foundation, said that such type of illegal construction defied the very concept of the buffer area of the reserve.
Calling the state government's notification for Mukundra reserve an " eye wash", Sunayan Sharma, senior vice- president of Sariska Tiger Foundation, maintained that it was impractical and naive in view of the very poor prey base and small area.