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The Telangana government has decided to set up an armed “State Tiger Protection Force” (STPF) to save the Big Cat population in the State. The 112-member-armed STPF will be headed by anAssistant Conservator of Forests to protect tiger populationin Amarabad and Kawal Tiger Reserves. The State and Central government will share the cost of the ..
Topics: Conservation-reliant species • Endangered species • Environmental conservation • Felids • In India • National symbols of India • Project Tiger • Telangana • Telangana Forest Department • Tiger • Tiger reserves of India • Tigers in India
The International Tiger Day (ITD) is celebrated every year on July 29 to spread the message to protect these endangered species and assist in maintaining ecological integrity. It was created in 2010 at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia with the goal to bring worldwide attention to the dwindling numbers of tigers and their ..
In Tamil Nadu, the tiger population in the reputed Mudumalai Tiger Reserve (MTR) has doubled to 60 from 30, due to intensive conservation efforts. The MTR is located in Nilgiri District of the state. On the occasion of International Tiger Day (ITR-2018), forest officials and nature enthusiasts, in and around the Annamalai, Mudumalai and Sathyamangalam ..
Topics: Conservation-reliant species • Districts of India • Environmental conservation • Felids • Mudumalai National Park • National symbols of India • Nilgiris district • Project Tiger • Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary • The Nilgiris District • Tiger • Tiger reserves of India
The Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) survey is the first and largest rapid assessment of site-based tiger conservation across Asia. CA|TS was developed by tiger and protected area experts. Officially launched in 2013, CA|TS is an important part of Tx2, the global goal to double wild tiger numbers by the year 2022. CA|TS is a set ..
Topics: Chitwan National Park • Conservation-reliant species • Endangered species • Narayani Zone • National symbols of India • Panthera • Province No. 3 • Provinces of Nepal • Sikhote-Alin • Subdivisions of Nepal • Tiger • Tx2
The International Tiger Day (ITD) is observed every year on July 29 to raise awareness for tiger conservation. The day is also known as Global Tiger Day (GTD). The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has stated that only 3,890 tigers are left in the world. Of them, India has the highest number. Till July 2016, there ..
Topics: Bengal tiger • Conservation-reliant species • Environmental conservation • Felids • International Tiger Day • National symbols of India • Natural environment • Save China's Tigers • Tiger • World Wide Fund for Nature