In Bhutan, the tiger is a symbol of hope. Yet there are only around 100 tigers in the forests of this Asian country. The locals’ love for this species is not enough to stop the poachers who keep coming back.
Our Tiger Protector Singye is one of only a few females in Bhutan working on the front line to protect wild tigers. She thought she was going to die when she first encountered poachers. And their threat is ever present.
So why does she dedicate her life to a creature she has never seen in the wild before? And keep patrolling these areas despite how dangerous it can be? Find out. Watch our new film about a day in the life of a Tiger Protector.