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Keeping Tigers Alive: A Story of Recovery and Hope

Partners in Conservation

Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 11:00 AM

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World Wildlife Fund is coming to Los Angeles!

2016 marked the half-way point in our global campaign to double wild tiger populations by the next Chinese Year of the Tiger in 2022. Hear from WWF’s Senior Director of Tiger Campaign Partnerships and Innovation, Jon Miceler, about how the progress we are making for tigers is changing the face of conservation. This is a story of conservation hope you don’t want to miss.

Jon Miceler
Senior Director of Tiger Campaign Partnerships and Innovation

Jon Miceler is a Senior Director of Tiger Campaign Partnerships and Innovation. He leads WWF’s Tx2 tiger campaign and formerly was Managing Director for WWF’s Eastern Himalaya program. Jon brings over 25 year’s field experience in the Himalaya and adjacent regions to WWF. Prior to WWF he worked in Asia based tourism development. He holds an advanced degree in forestry from the Yale School of Forestry and Environment.

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Huntley Santa Monica Beach
1111 2nd St
Santa Monica, CA 90403

Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 11:00 AM


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Partners in Conservation

Partners in Conservation is a community of committed supporters joining forces to create a brighter future for wildlife, people and the planet. By pooling your contributions with those of other Partners, you ensure a greater impact as WWF fights to secure a future for animals in their natural habitats, from pandas to elephants to marine turtles. WWF helped bring back the Amur tiger in Asia and the black rhino in Africa from the edge of extinction. We are giving dwindling populations of black-footed ferrets and river dolphins a second chance. Our work is far from done, and WWF constantly strives to protect the species—and the habitats—we all care about.

 

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