Saving Wild Tigers
A 501(c)(3)Project of Volunteer Activists
35 East 4 Street Unit 1 • Brooklyn, NY 11218
Tigers in the Wild
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Project Lifeline - Sunderban Pictures:
MV Bholanath, the ICNL project motorboat
A villager undergoing medical checkup.
Renovated ICNL primary healthcare unit at Anpur, Satleja island, funded by Saving Wild Tigers.
A tree planting campaign being attended by a popular film actor from Calcutta
Patients at the primary health care unit
A child being treated at health care unit
A cancer patient from a far-off island being examined by Dr. Dewan aboard the motorboat (WARNING:GRAPHIC IMAGE).
A child with a peculiar disease yet to be diagnosed (WARNING:GRAPHIC IMAGE)
A serious patient is being administered saline drip
The health care unit with its surroundings
The ICNL motorboat anchored in front of the primary health care unit,. The tiger habitat forest are seen in the backdrop
Husband and children of Mrs Arati Sardar, a crocodile victim, with Mr Mrinal Chatterjee, the ICNL head.. Two of the children receive education scholarships from Saving Wild Tigers.
Mrs Lakshmi Sardar and her daughter Anima in front of the healthcare unit. Mrs. Sardar's husband died at the hands of a tiger. Anima receives Saving Wild Tigers scholarship.
Villagers venturing into the forest wearing masks at the back of their heads. Tigers generally attack from the behind.
Villagers collecting prawn-seeds on the river bank and are easy prey for crocodiles
Fishermen on their boat
A loan fisherman against a serene backdrop
The royal bengal tiger, a terror in the Sunderbans, is also traditionally worshipped.
Forest guards engaged in tiger census. ICNL was also a partner to this operation
ICNL patrol party locates tiger pugmarks on the river bank
Flora of the Sunderbans
The virgin beauty of the Sunderbans.