Why are tigers disappearing from our forests, and what do we need to do to reverse their decline? This section provides a clear analysis of India’s tiger crisis and the solutions that are available to prevent the needless extinction of our national animal.
The tiger is a large, territorial, meat-eating animal that needs about 3000 kg of live prey every year and undisturbed forests to live in. Any attempts to save this charismatic predator will only succeed if we have a clear understanding of what tigers need.
Passion without action is of little use. If we are to save this priceless gift of nature, thousands of well-informed citizens must raise their voices and actively participate in conservation efforts. Learn about what you can do.
Other useful stuff
Links» Wildlife Protection Society of India
» Center for Wildlife Studies
» Wildlife Conservation Society India Program
» Sanctuary Asia
» National Tiger Conservation Authority
» Other useful links