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Journey for Tigers

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( This post was last modified: 01-11-2019, 02:42 PM by Rishi )

Wildlife activist Rathindranath Das with his spouse is going on an ambitious campaign to raise awareness & draw attention to tiger conservation, as they will ride a motorbike through all 13 tiger countries starting from 20th January. The first ever of its kind.
It is named "Journey for Tigers".

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In the 1st phase they'll go to every single one of the 50 tiger reserves in India, visit 500+ local schools along those forests' fringe. 

In the 2nd phase, Myanmar> Thailand> Malaysia> Indonesia> (ship)Vietnam> Cambodia> Laos will be covered.
There's going to be meetup with local NGOs supporting them in those countries.

In the 3rd phase Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China & Russia (Vladivostok to St. Petersburg).


This is the site that is going online once they start & updates will be shared here:
http://wildrathinaroundthe.world
And this is the link to further details:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ghn9IkJ...AFHFi5vGto

WildFact.com supports them on their mission & urges all members/visitors to share the news.
"Everything not saved will be lost."

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( This post was last modified: 01-11-2019, 01:22 PM by Jimmy )

(01-11-2019, 01:08 PM)Rishi Wrote: Wildlife activist Rathindranath Das with his spouse is going on an ambitious campaign to raise awareness & draw attention to tiger conservation, as they will ride a motorbike through all 13 tiger countries starting from 20th January.
It is named "Journey for Tigers".

*This image is copyright of its original author

They'll go to all the 50 tiger reserves in India, visit 500+ local schools along those forests' fringe. After that Myanmar> Thailand> Malaysia> Indonesia> (ship)Vietnam> Cambodia> Laos> China> Russia. 
There's going to be meetup with local NGOs supporting them in those countries.

This is the site that is going online once they start & updates will be shared here. 
http://wildrathinaroundthe.world

WildFact.com supports them on their mission & urges all members & visitors to share the news.

I can see 10 countries out of 13 on the list, there should be Nepal>Bangladesh and one more country missing!!
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( This post was last modified: 01-11-2019, 01:36 PM by Rishi )

(01-11-2019, 01:21 PM)Jimmy Wrote:
(01-11-2019, 01:08 PM)Rishi Wrote: Wildlife activist Rathindranath Das with his spouse is going on an ambitious campaign to raise awareness & draw attention to tiger conservation, as they will ride a motorbike through all 13 tiger countries starting from 20th January.
It is named "Journey for Tigers".

*This image is copyright of its original author

They'll go to all the 50 tiger reserves in India, visit 500+ local schools along those forests' fringe. After that Myanmar> Thailand> Malaysia> Indonesia> (ship)Vietnam> Cambodia> Laos> China> Russia. 
There's going to be meetup with local NGOs supporting them in those countries.

This is the site that is going online once they start & updates will be shared here. 
http://wildrathinaroundthe.world

WildFact.com supports them on their mission & urges all members & visitors to share the news.

I can see 10 countries out of 13 on the list, there should be Nepal>Bangladesh and one more country missing!!

Good point... I think Nepal-Bhutan-Bangladesh will probably be covered during the all India tour. Easier to get permissions too.

I'm waiting to get link of a PDF with all the details. Will share here.
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@Jimmy sorry i was a bit wrong... Edited the original post.
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