It’s Global Tiger Day 2020 this July 29th. So, gear up for a few interesting activities by IGZP.


Global Tiger Day has been held on the 29th of July every year since 2010 when it was first created at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit. This was done to raise awareness of the decline of wild tiger numbers, leaving them on the brink of extinction and to encourage the celebration around the important work of Tiger conservation. Andhra Pradesh Forest Department has been at the forefront of tiger conservation.

A webinar by the Andhra Pradesh Forest Department, Government of AP is being organized on the eve of the Global Tiger Day 2020 on ‘Tiger Conservation’. Details will be up soon.

What better way is there to speak up for conservation of the striped big cats than art? VizagZoo is hosting a drawing competition for people of all ages.

Theme: “Tiger Conservation in their natural habitat”

1. You need to make an illustrative poster on the paper of a Tiger/Tigers in its natural habitat and about the importance of its conservation.
2. The drawing needs to have your initials and date of drawing handwritten on the poster as in certifying that your entry is your original work and not copied.
3. You can post the drawing on the social media handles you have access to and follow/tag us accordingly on your drawings.
4. Mail your entries as a scanned digital copy to “” on or before 3:00 PM on 28th July 2019 with your name, age, contact no, mail-id, location, and organization you belong to. Only one entry per person.
5. The top 5 entries will be awarded prizes and will be revealed on the 29th of July on the website. Certificates will be given to all the entries.

A quiz on Tigers will be live on our website at 9:00 AM on the 29th of July, 2019. Stay tuned and brush up your knowledge on the big striped cats!

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