A Kingdom for Animals

The race against time to save the last remaining wildlife

 

Extinction

is Forever

 

The greatest threat to our planet

is the belief that someone else will save it

 

If there is no jungle

there wil be no king

 

Illegal trafficking is exterminating Earth’s most endangered species and is a global tragedy

All humanity loses when species become extinct

A NEW INITIATIVE TO GATHER SUPPORT FOR ANIMALS


Kingdom for Animals is a website engineered to create projects which will help save animals in the wild.
With animal extinction rates at an alarming high, animal survival now more than ever requires the help of us humans. The more support from the community, the greater the chance animals will have to survive.

The projects on our site are diverse, they could be anything from relocating a tiger to a safer area, tracking elephants with GSP, funding a documentary on wildlife, or even staging a wildlife event. Together we can all make a difference no matter how big or small the contribution is.
Simply choose a project~ press the support tab~ and purchase a product to show your support. It’s that easy!

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North Sumatran Tigers Indonesia

$235.00 of $2,500.00 raised

We are conducting a field trip on the west coast of North Sumatra. Its an area where tigers were known to roam a decade ago. This forest is not protected so it's important we set up camera traps in this location to find out how many tigers are left. Our goal is to set up a temporary base camp for 6 months to monitor the area which will include purchasing Bushnell night vision trail cameras, camping equipment and hiring local people supported by an experinced NGO wildlife officer

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Featured Projects

NORTH SUMATRAN TIGERS INDONESIA

We are conducting a field trip on the west coast of North Sumatra. Its an area where tigers were known to roam a decade ago. This forest is not protected so it’s important we set up camera traps in this location to find out how many tigers are left. Our goal is to set up a temporary base camp for 6 months to monitor the area which will include purchasing Bushnell night vision trail cameras, camping equipment and hiring local people supported by an experinced NGO wildlife officer
$235.00 of $2,500.00 raised

 

TIGER PATROL SUMATRA

Debbi Martyr is head of the Kerinci Seblat Sumatran Tiger Protection and Conservation Team in Jambi forest Sumatra Indonesia where they currently protect the last surviving tigers in the wild.
$200.00 of $5,000.00 raised

 

A Tigers Tale (Story Book)

A project to create a children’s book telling the story of a tigers struggle to survive in the 21st century
$200.00 of $5,000.00 raised

 

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