Join us on our Birds of Prey & Leopard Photo Day
at the Rutland Falconry & Owl Centre on
4 March 2018


The tiger species, which are still considered to exist in the wild are the Amur (previously called Siberian), the Bengal (indian), the Sumatran, the Malayan and the North-Indochinese (Corbett) tiger. In our tiger portfolio you will find images of the first three named tiger species. All 5 tiger species are geographically located in Asia. Over the last century we have lost at least 3, if not 4 tiger species (the Bali, Javan and Caspian tiger, and probably the South China tiger).

All images can be bought as mounted prints, as low-resolution images for your personal use (screen saver or background photo) or as hi-resolution for commercial use, including marketing, and publications. Please contact us via if you have any questions.