2. IN-SITU - Conservation in the wild
In Situ conservation ensures as well as the target species a whole host of interlinked species are preserved. The Sumatran Tiger trust whilst ensuring the future for tigers protects the plants, insects, trees, elephants, gibbons and bears etc that live alongside the tiger. South Lakes Wild Animal Park is working within natural habitats all over the world and is home to two international charities.
We don't just talk about conservation ..We get out there and do it!
HOME OF THE SUMATRAN TIGER TRUST
Follow the link to find out what we are doing to save Sumatran Tigers in the wild.
HOME OF THE WILDLIFE PROTECTION FOUNDATION reg charity no: 1113166
With wildlife conservation & community projects in Peru, Madagascar, Niger, Colombia, Indonesia...the foundation is working to save endangered species all over the world. Pictured right - a village fresh water well built & funded by the WPF left - Cholita one of the Spectacled Bears rescued by the programme funded in Northern Peru.
Wildlife Protection Foundation
Follow the link to see where we are working to conserve animals in the wild.