WWF Launches Adopt a Tiger Campaign
So far, 101 tigers have been "adopted".
VLADIVOSTOK. February 3. VOSTOK-MEDIA – During the first Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation, which was held on January 27-29 in Hua Hin, Thailand, the representatives of 13 countries has signed the Declaration on Tiger Conservation that calls for doubling global tiger population by 2022. The declaration will now be considered for approval by heads of state of the 13 countries in September at a meeting in Vladivostok, Russia.
“Not only politicians are interested in tiger conservation,” a spokesman for WWF Russia told Vostok-Media. “WWF Russian invites all tiger enthusiasts residing in Moscow to visit Vorobyovy Gory wildlife reserve on February 14, where they will be able celebrate not only Saint Valentines Day but also the beginning of the Chinese Year of Tiger. The event will feature a number of games and competitions, such as tiger snow sculpture contest. Every participant in the event will have a chance to present a Valentines card to a snow figure of tiger.”
WWF has launched Adopt a Tiger campaign though which you may contribute to the cause of tiger conservation. All you need is to give a donation to the WWF tiger conservation effort. In return, you will get personal Certificate of Good Luck and one of 500 tiger figures made by WWF. In September, all tiger figures will be exhibited in downtown Moscow. For the time being, 101 tigers have been “adopted”.
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