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          CONSERVATION, PRESERVATION & EDUCATION

                  OF ALL ENDANGERED SPECIES

                                                                 

We are a small non-profit charitable organization raising funds to help keep our wildlife, in particular species that are at risk of becoming endangered or at risk of harm. Our mission is to raise awareness of wildlife issues around the world and to hold fund raising events to help with the conservation and salvation of those wildlife issues. Not only are we are a small charitable organization but we sometimes act as an "umbrella of resource" for other organizations and or /causes. If you know of an organization and or cause that needs our help and it fits within our remit then please contact us. We strive on trying to make a difference and all donations are gratefully received regardless of value.


In The News

COMPETITION TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE TIGERS

Tue 13th Sep 2016

Hello to all of our fans on this page! We have a wonderful competition for you to get involved in which is going to help us raise money for The Rescued Tigers of Thailand and their on-going care. Below is a picture of a jar of sweets. All you need to do is guess how many sweets are in the jar! It will cost £1 per entry and 100% of your donation will go to help The Rescued Tigers of Thailand. The winner will receive a £10 high street voucher, some of our Wildlife Calling Merchandise, a free ticket to our May event next year where Sybelle herself will be speaking about the Thailand Tigers, as well as other guest speakers, and a VIP pass to speak to the wonderful lady herself before anyone else! To win, you need to guess the exact amount or the closest amount of sweets in the jar.You can make as many guesses as you wish but each will be £1. In the event of a tie the names will be put into a hat and one winner will be drawn. Donations to enter can be made via PayPal: http://www.wildlifecalling.org.uk/donate.php or by post to our founders address which is on our Wildlife Calling Website. Get guessing! 🐾

                                                                      

******  I would just say - this competition is open to everyone, no matter where you live in the world. I know one of the prizes won't be able to apply to you (tickets to our event), but in it's place we will send an extra piece of our merchandise. So I would ask you - please support us. Many thanks


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News from African Lion & Environmental Research Trust (ALERT)

Wed 6th Jul 2016

David Youldon is going to be leading a new project. It is to monitor elephant presence within the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia, where elephants are increasingly coming into conflict with rural communities. Communites are suffering from the loss of crops and fear for their safety, while elephants are being viewed as unwanted and dangerous pests. Why should these communities want to protect a vulnerable species when it is harming their wellbeing? Before steps can be taken to reduce conflict, it’s vital to understand how and why it is happening. Monitoring the presence and movement of elephants and recording incidents of conflict will provide us with data to assist in the development of improved species management plans and conflict mitigation strategies.   

 

There are the usual substantial costs to cover for a project like this, vehicle purchase and fuel, staffing, etc, but I’ve also launched a JustGiving page to raise funds for the smaller costs of the equipment necessary to get this off the ground; everything from a pair of night vision binoculars for £350 to a compass for a couple of pounds. It means that with even a small donation, you can help support our work.  Anything you can give will be very much appreciated.

 

To donate please copy and paste this link to your browser:  

http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/africanlion/hec

 

UPDATE:    This campaign is still going on.  The elephant monitoring project has started and is going very well, but more funding is still needed for equipment.  If anyone is interested in reading about the progress you can do so by checking out ALERT's website:

 

http://lionalert.org/article/Cross Country Challenge

 

 


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TIGERS OUT OF THE TIGER TEMPLE!!

Sat 4th Jun 2016

                                                              

                                                            

Wildlife Calling are delighted to announce that all of the tigers are out of the Tiger Temple.  For now they are in the DNP facilities where they will be well looked after.  More to come before too long on where they will eventually be housed.  No more abuse or being used for wildlife trading for them.

We would like to congratulate our wonderful Honorary Patron Sybelle Foxcroft for her perseverance over almost ten years for making this happen. She has never given up on the tigers, even though she has received threats to her life, and verbal abuse. She is one amazing lady!!!

All this work takes a lot of funding, so if you can help cee4life then I know that Sybelle would be very grateful.  You can donate on here using the Pay Pal button above.


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Fundraising

 In 2015-05-22

On Monday 16th May Wildlife Calling sent £80 to Cee4Life for their work with rescuing tigers.

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 In 11th March 2016

On 11th March we sent a cheque for £50 to Phil Davis of Tiger Awareness as a donation towards his forthcoming 900 Mile walk for his charity.  We send our good wishes to Phil and applaud his magnificent efforts!!!

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 In 2nd February 2016

Wildlife Calling made a small donation of £50 to the African Lion & Environmental Research Trust (ALERT) towards the new project that David Youldon will be leading.  It is to monitor elephant presence within the Mosi-oa-Tunya national Park in Zambia, where elephants are increasingly coming into conflict with rural communities.

Monitoring the presence and movement of elephants and recording incidents of conflict will provide them with data to assist in the development of improved species management plans and conflict mitigation strategies. 

 

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