Tell Congress To Save Wild Tigers From Extinction

Wild tigers could soon be slaughtered to extinction by poachers – fewer than 4,000 are left in the wild.

Scientific evidence shows that extinctions are occurring from 100 to 1,000 times more quickly than the natural rate. Unless we alter course, 60% of the earth’s species may disappear by the end of this century.

Congress has the power to help save wild tigers by reauthorizing the Multinational Species Conservation Fund (MSCF), but they aren’t likely to bring it to vote unless they hear from constituents like you.

It’s our global responsibility to stop the extinction of tigers at the hands of poachers. If we cannot save this awe-inspiring icon of nature, what hope do we have of protecting any other species from extinction?

There’s no time to lose – if the MSCF isn’t reauthorized, crucial programs that protect tigers will likely disappear. Send your letter to Congress today.