We change the game for wild Fishing Cat populations and ensure their survival.
Wild Fishing Cat populations are viable across their native range and habitats, culturally valued globally and living in harmony with humankind.
is Co-founder and Coordinator of the Fishing Cat Working Group and Editor of Small Wild Cat Conservation News.
surveyed the status of Fishing Cat populations in several parts of India and is Principal Scientist at the Salim Ali Centre for Ornithology and Natural History, Coimbatore, India.
is Advisor of the Fishing Cat Working Group and has worked as a freelance wildlife surveyor and conservation advisor in Southeast Asia since 1992.
is Head Keeper for cats at the Aspinall Foundation wild animal parks.
surveys the status of Fishing Cat in Nepal's Terai and is Co-founder of the Small Mammals Conservation and Research Foundation, Nepal.
are Co-founders of the Fishing Cat Working Group and initiated the Fishing Cat Conservation Project in West Bengal, India.
initiated the Fishing Cat Conservation Project in hill country, Sri Lanka.
is Team Leader of the Fishing Cat Conservation Project of the Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society in the Krishna River Delta, Andhra Pradesh, India.
initiated the Fishing Cat Research and Conservation Project in the Godavari River Delta, Andhra Pradesh, India.
initiated the Cambodian Fishing Cat Project in western Cambodia.
is Founder of the Fishing Cat Fund.
is a wildlife biologist working with the Environmental Investigation Agency, UK.
surveyed the status of Fishing Cat in Chitwan National Park, Nepal.
surveyed the status of Fishing Cat in Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Nepal.
are looking for Fishing Cat in Java.
is Senior Project Officer with WWF India in the framework of the Tiger Conservation Programme in the Terai Arc Landscape and currently working in the Katerniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary of Uttar Pradesh State.