Woburn Safari Park will be holding a fundraising event in support of the Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance on the 29th and 30th July. Come along and help raise funds for this brilliant charity supporting conservation of tigers in the wild.
Special ALTA tiger charity weekend
On the 29th & 30th July, Woburn Safari Park will be fundraising for the Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA), aiming to raise awareness and vital funds for this beautiful species under threat.
The carnivore keepers have once again chosen to support ALTA for it's important conservation programs, working hard to protect the Amur tiger (and leopard) species in the wild.
Find the tiger team in the courtyard outside the Safari Restaurant and take part in the tiger themed games and fun activities!
Visitors can enjoy mini-VIP trips to see the Amur tigers up close and off road. You'll be taken out in a Land Rover by one of the Carnivore keepers to learn all about these majestic big cats.
Raising vital funds
Funds raised will go to the Amur Leopard & Tiger Alliance and specifically the Amur Tiger Conservation Project.
Last year the team helped raise just under £5,000 for this important charity... see how your money has helped / could be helping ALTA!
The ALTA mission
The ALTA mission is to prevent the extinction of the Amur leopard and tiger as well as their habitat, in the wild and in captivity. This can be achieved through:
- Educating the public and raising awareness concerning the threats that the Amur leopard and tiger face in the wild.
- Working closely with the scientific community, zoos, international conservation organizations and individuals to raise significant funds to contribute to the conservation of these large cats.