Donate now to help community forest groups protect and connect tiger habitat in Nepal.

Help support tiger research in Nepal by Community Conservation’s partner, tiger biologist Sam Helle.  She is tracking the tiger population between Chitwan and Bardia, which are two large national parks in Nepal, to see if tigers can travel between the protected sites. Working with Sam and our other partners across the globe is a key component to Community Conservation’s mission of protecting local biodiversity in every village.  

Bengal tigers are one of many species that will benefit from our work with communities.
Photo by Paul Mannix

1-Minute Project Overview: Tracking Tigers

Giving Tuesday is the global day of giving back. There are more communities asking us for assistance in starting conservation projects in 2022 so we need your help to step up. Please join us with a donation and be a part of the future of conservation.

We believe that the future of conservation is people. Every day, we push conservation towards a more empowering, collaborative, and people-focused future.

Biodiversity is absolutely precious, and we hope for the future of conservation because we see progress on the ground. When farmers and villagers work alongside biologists, governments and nonprofits – that’s when conservation really “sticks.”

Donations help us give communities the tools they need to protect their local biodiversity. Your support has a huge impact at the local level:

  • $25 can buy educational materials for a community training
  • $50 can train a local person in conservation and wildlife monitoring
  • $250 can buy a wildlife camera and support its use in the field for a year
  • $500 can support a grassroots community project for six months

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