China Tiger Revival is a UK based charity (registered charity number 1154073) and a non-profit organisation, dedicated to providing information on the conservation and restoration of tigers and other wild cat species, as well as their habitats in China.
There are currently two main tiger conservation efforts in mainland China: the South China Tiger (also called the Chinese Tiger) Breeding and Restoration Project, and the Dongbei Tiger (also called the North Eastern China, Siberian or Manchurian Tiger) Project.
Under the South China Tiger project there have been various breeding and rewilding efforts taking place in zoos and breeding centres around China.
The captive population has increased from 74 in the 1990s to the most recent figures of 240. Plans have also been made for the reintroduction of the zoo-born South China Tigers back to their natural habitat in the provinces of Guangdong and Hunan. However, due to the Covid 19 Pandemic plans were temporarily put on hold, but are expected to resume shortly.
China Tiger Revival hopes to increase the awareness of wildlife conservation among the Chinese community in UK and encourage more women to participate in local environmental endeavours. Read more: http://www.chinatigerrevival.org.uk/tiger-news/