In 2013, a Tiger Journal.com featured interviews with endangered tigers experts from a number of conservation organizations such as Save Our Species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Global Tiger Initiative and others.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
Endangered tiger blog “a Tiger Journal.com” has launched a new design for 2014 according to the journal’s producer Endangered Species Journalist Craig Kasnoff.
“a Tiger Journal.com is an important part of the Tigers in Crisis.com websites,” says Kasnoff. “So it’s important the journal has a design that makes it easy for individuals find information available to them, and also to be able to link directly to other Tigers in Crisis.com websites.”
Kasnoff, who has been writing about endangered species for almost 20 years, created a Tiger Journal.com as part of his series of endangered species websites including Endangered Earth; Bagheera; Tigers in Crisis and others. He says his ultimate goal for the journal is to have it be the “voice” for all his endangered tiger projects.
“There are so many endangered tiger issues to write about, and so many platforms to write for, it’s important to have one vehicle that can touch on all the topics and other communication platforms,” says Kasnoff. “There was a time not so long ago you could publish an article to a single platform –like a newspaper or magazine- and that would be it. However those days are long gone. Now the challenge is to find the best platform(s) for the information you want to publish without overwhelming yourself or your readers.”
Kasnoff says in 2013, a Tiger Journal.com featured interviews with endangered tigers experts from a number of conservation organizations such as Save Our Species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Global Tiger Initiative, the Wildlife Conservation Society and others. He says he hopes to continue to bring the voices of endangered tiger experts to the journal, but also plans to expand the journal entries to focus on news and events that both promote the plight of endangered species and the efforts to save them.
“Saving endangered tigers is not just about science or conservation, like other endangered species, it’s also about politics, finances, religion, culture and many other “human” activities,” says Kasnoff. “The challenge is trying to get a handle on the “big picture” because there are so many facets to that picture, and that picture is changing every day.”
Kasnoff says he is currently starting the process of “updating” all of his endangered species websites, a task that will take him well into 2014.
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a Tiger Journal.com was created by Endangered Species Journalist Craig Kasnoff to help promote the plight of endangered tigers and the efforts to save them.