Tigers in Crisis New Website Launched


The Sumatran Tiger – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

The newly designed – and mobile friendly – Tigers in Crisis website has now launched. Next will be updating all content on the site over the course of 2014.

The newly designed – and also mobile friendly – The Tiger Channel and Tigers in Crisis News will also both launch this next week.

Tigers in Crisis Website Update

image_18 The Malayan Tiger – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

I am just putting the finishing touches on the new Tigers in Crisis website that will launch on Thursday.

Backstory here: Endangered Species Journalist

Launching New Tigers in Crisis Website


Over the last month I have been working on redesigning all my (14) endangered species websites. This next week I will be launching the newly designed Tigers in Crisis website.

Tigers in Crisis is one of six endangered tigers websites I have produced. And over the last 16 years millions of people have requested millions of pages of information about endangered tigers from the Tigers in Crisis website. Hopefully this new design will last the next 16 years.

I will be updating all content on the Tigers in Crisis website over the next 9-12 months.

Launching Endangered Species Journalist


The Malayan Tiger – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

The Endangered Species Journalist journal is about “backstory.”

According to Dictionary.com “backstory” is defined as “a narrative providing a history or background context, especially for a character or situation in a literary work, film, or dramatic series.” [Continue Reading...]

Saving Endangered Tigers – SOS

SOS – Save Our Species (SOS) has funded quite a few endangered species projects over the last few years. Some of these projects are ongoing, while others have been completed. One project focusing on endangered tigers, which has now been completed, was titled SMART: A SPATIAL MONITORING AND REPORTING TOOL.  [Continue Reading...]