On the 28-29th July Woburn Safari Park will be holding a fundraising event in support of the Wildcats Conservation Alliance. The mission is to raise funds for projects in the wild and in captivity that will help prevent the extinction of the Wildcats Conservation Alliance.
Raising money for endangered tigers
On the 28th and 29th July Woburn Safari Park is holding a special fundraising weekend for the Wildcats Conservation Alliance, aiming to raise funds and awareness for the beautiful Amur tiger species.
The Carnivore keepers have chosen this charity for its important conservation programs that help to protect Amur tigers in their wild habitat - the birch forests of the Amur region in Siberia, Russia.
The Amur tigers numbers are dwindling in the wild and this majestic big cat species needs our help.
Take a mini VIP trip and meet the tigers
Book a special limited edition tour with a tiger keeper, to take you off road and out to meet the 'streak' of tigers living in Kingdom of the Carnivores - for only £20 per person.
Tours are non-exclusive (if you don't book all 8 places, it is likely you will be sharing your tour with other people) and last for approx 30-45 minutes each. This experience is not suitable for children under the age of six.
Once booked, simply arrive at the event stand outside of the Safari Restaurant 10 minutes ahead of your booking time, where you can meet your keeper guide.
Plus there will be lots of other exciting activities over the tiger charity weekend - Saturday 28th to Sunday 29th July.
All money raised goes direct to Wildcats Conservation Alliance
In 2017 the team raised just under £1,700 for Wildcats Conservation Alliance and the aim is to beat this in 2018, with your help!
The event will cost no more than your standard admission ticket price and you can join in the tiger-themed fun and games with the team of carnivore keepers. All donations will go to the Amur Tiger Conservation project.
The Wildcats Conservation Alliance mission
The Wildcats Conservation Alliance 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.