Pete Stone not only has the best dance moves in the southeast, but as a 2003 Clemson graduate is the biggest Clemson Football fan we know. Pete has coined the term "save our mascot" and has been involved with T4T on and off for the past several years. In addition, he has been filming an ongoing documentary on Tigers for Tigers since 2013. Sit down and buckle up because this is the best "College Daze" post yet! C: Describe your college experience in 3 words P: Absurd, Adven
the intersection of big predators and people, conflicts arise that disrupt communities and livelihoods. Whether we are talking about wolves in Jackson Hole, Wyoming or tigers in the Russian Far East, successful conservation programs require solutions that mitigate human-wildlife conflicts, empower local people and build community resiliency. This past fall, with the assistance of the National Wildlife Refuge Association, Tigers for Tigers became involved in a working group of
Have you ever seen a tiger in the wild? How about an elephant? If not, would you ever want to? If we do not act now to protect these iconic species, you might not ever get the chance.
Did you know… Ivory poachers have killed more than 100,000 African elephants since 2012. In Cameroon, poachers used grenades to slaughter over 300 elephants in one day. During 2014, 1,200 were killed in South Africa--that’s one every 13 hours! Rhino horns sell for more than $50,000 per kilo. O