Adopt the Tigers£20.00
Your adoption not only supports the tigers in our care at ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoo, but helps ZSL protect tigers in the wild.
What’s inside the adoption gift pack?
- Presented in a lovely tin gift box
- A personalisable certificate of adoption
- A booklet all about tigers
- A tiger lined notebook
- Two tiger photo postcards
- Tiger bookmark
- Email newsletter updates
- Upgrades - Add extras to your adoption like tickets to the Zoo or a cuddly toy. Take a look below at the available options!
A tiger adoption lasts for one year.
Last-minute gift? A copy of the adoption certificate is available as a download for you to give on the day before the full pack arrives!
MAKE YOUR ADOPTION EXTRA SPECIAL:
Who is the adoption for? Name to be included on certificate:
Please note, only one of each adoption can be added. See our Adoptions FAQs.
How is ZSL helping?
ZSL does important conservation work all over the world for tigers including these key initiatives:
Amur tigers in Russia - We use camera traps to track poaching on tigers, and are building relationships with people in this area to increase the awareness of protecting these fantastic animals.
Indochinese tigers in Thailand – We work alongside Thailand’s Department of National Parks to monitor tigers in forests and wildlife sanctuaries across the country. Locating core tiger areas helps law enforcement patrol these areas more effectively to reduce poaching.
Sumatran tigers in Indonesia - Our field teams work directly to counter poaching activities, resolve conflicts between tigers and humans and track tigers with GPS to enable us to protect them more effectively.
Bengal tigers in Nepal - We are monitoring Bengal tigers to better understand how to protect them from threats, through community projects and habitat and prey species management.
How does an adoption help the tigers?
By adopting the tigers you are showing your love and support for this beautiful, endangered species. The adoption helps fund ZSL’s conservation work for tigers in Russia, Indonesia, Thailand and Nepal, as well as providing care for the tigers as ZSL London Zoo and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo.