Found this on The Field Museum Library Flickr Photostream.
"Tiger, Lincoln Park Zoo mammal. 1900."
Original size and material: 4x5 inch glass negative
Digital Identifier: Z84210
Part of the Illinois Urban Landscapes Project: www.fieldmuseum.org/urbanlandscapes/
Tambako helps bring to our attention the plight of the Tiger and hopes to help bring awareness to their survival.
On the link to the picture you will find some info and a link to Wildtiger.org .
"Tiger Conservation is more than just saving the big cat... It is about protecting habitat and the life within... And it is about alleviating poverty so that the children of today can tomorrow become the guardians of the environment so important to the future..."
"One of its main aims is to raise money for the conservation of the Tiger through the sales of photographs taken by outstanding wildlife photographers. 'Tambako the Jaguar' had the honor to be part of this project.
The collected money is directly used in projects where competent people work in the regions where the Tiger is menaced. They also help and educate the population there, because this is the key to efficiently help to avoid the decimation of this big cat.
So please help us to help the Tiger!"
Please visit Wild Tiger and Tambako to find more info and see some amazing Tiger Photos~
Always looking for the creativity in Life. I live in Plant City, Florida with my two sons(Ari and Andrew), my husband Jon, and Spooky our cat and Max our crazy dog.In my spare time I enjoy blogging and reading a good book , and Look forward to family summer vacations at the cottage in Michigan and some day will get to travel the world.
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