As recently as 80 years ago, Bali, Javan, and Sumatran Tigers thrived on the island chain of Indonesia. Today, because of habitat destruction and poaching, Bali and Javan Tigers are extinct and less than 400 Sumatran Tigers remain. Every minute on Sumatra, a forested area the size of five football fields is cleared to make way for paper, rubber and palm oil plantations. Without permanent habitat protection, Sumatran Tigers face the same fate as their cousins the Bali and Javan.
Help us protect Sumatran habitat for the critically endangered Sumatran tiger. We've met our goal to protect enough land for one of these tigers—help us protect more land to save another!