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Group Description

This group is dedicated to sharing and enjoying photos of tigers, and engaging people to care about tiger conservation. It also serves as a companion to the Tiger Conservation Campaign’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/tigercampaign). Members of this Flickr group provide valuable support to the Tiger Conservation Campaign by allowing the Campaign to use their photos on its Facebook page and its campaign materials. The Tiger Conservation Campaign is coordinated by the Tiger Species Survival Plan, and you can view the Campaign website at www.mnzoo.org/tigerssp/campaign.

By signing up as a member of this group, you give the Tiger Conservation Campaign (coordinated by the Tiger Species Survival Plan) the right to use any photos you post for non-commercial purposes that promote the Campaign, including on (but not limited to) the Tiger Conservation Campaign’s Facebook page, website, printed materials, and presentations. We thank you for this important contribution! Great tiger photos can inspire people to care and to take action in support of tiger conservation.

If you want to participate in our Flickr group, please be sure to follow our group’s rules and respect our philosophy regarding tigers and their photos:
1) Be sure that you hold the copyright for any photo you post.
2) The primary focus of every photo posted to this group should be a tiger.
3) We want to encourage a culture of safety, so please do not post photos of people touching tigers or people near tigers without a safe barrier in between. And of course, no photos of tigers or other animals in distress.
4) We are looking for naturalistic photos of tigers. Photos with prominent caging and/or metal structures are discouraged. Please do not post photos of tigers in peoples’ homes, circuses, magic acts, etc.
5) We think the orange-colored tigers that thrive in the wild serve as the best ambassadors for tiger conservation, so please do not post photos of white or golden tigers, or tigers crossed with other species (e.g., ligers).

Thanks, and have fun!

Group Rules

By signing up as a member of this group, you give the Tiger Conservation Campaign (coordinated by the Tiger Species Survival Plan) the right to use any photos you post for non-commercial purposes that promote the Tiger Conservation Campaign, including on (but not limited to) the Tiger Conservation Campaign’s Facebook page, website, printed materials, and presentations. We thank you for this important contribution! Great tiger photos can inspire people to care and to take action in support of tiger conservation.

If you want to participate in our Flickr group, please be sure to follow our group’s rules and respect our philosophy regarding tigers and their photos:
1) Be sure that you hold the copyright for any photo you post.
2) The primary focus of every photo posted to this group should be a tiger.
3) We want to encourage a culture of safety, so please do not post photos of people touching tigers or people near tigers without a safe barrier in between. And of course, no photos of tigers or other animals in distress.
4) We are looking for naturalistic photos of tigers. Photos with prominent fencing, caging, and/or metal structures are discouraged and may be denied. Please do not post photos of tigers in peoples’ homes, circuses, magic acts, etc.
5) We think the orange-colored tigers that thrive in the wild serve as the best ambassadors for tiger conservation, so please do not post photos of white or golden tigers, or tigers crossed with other species (e.g., ligers).

Thanks, and have fun!

Additional Info

  • Accepted content types: Photos, Images
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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