Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC)

Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation

Panthera is working in partnership with Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) and its founder, Mr. Tomy Winata, to carry out a critical wild tiger conservation project in TWNC - a 450km2 privately managed concession situated within a stunning peninsula forming the southern tip of the Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (BBSNP) in Sumatra, Indonesia. Mr. Tomy Winata and TWNC have been active in conserving wildlife and the wild habitats of southern Sumatra since 1996. Today, Artha Graha Peduli (“AGP”) supports the management and conservation of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (“Tambling”) - a concession which provides a permanent refuge for tigers and other wildlife, and represents a model for conservation leadership in Indonesia and around the world.

Since 2012, Mr. Tomy Winata, TWNC and Panthera have been carrying out one of the newest, and what has recently been revealed to be one of the most promising projects, within Panthera’s Tigers Forever program. Today, the project’s focus includes the implementation of extensive tiger population density and habitat analyses and rigorous anti-poaching patrols to ensure a future for the tigers of Tambling, and Sumatra.

Visit Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation.

View Panthera’s Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation web page.

Read Panthera’s press release, ‘Hope for Tigers Lives in Sumatra.’

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