What is the government doing to help tigers?

What is the government doing to help tigers?

Internationally, WWF has on-the-ground presence in almost all the tiger range countries and has been working to implement national tiger population recovery plans, strengthen enforcement networks, protect and connect tiger landscapes and galvanize political will and public support.

What is being done to save Siberian tigers?

Our scientists and experts are partnering with lawmakers, companies and communities to monitor tiger populations, strengthen anti-poaching operations, improve intelligence and law enforcement to eliminate illegal logging, protect habitat, increase prey populations, and raise public awareness.

How tiger reserves help protect tigers?

Tigers feed on mammalian herbivores such as chinkara, chital and sambar in this reserve area, thus keeping their population in check and helping to preserve the forests. Tiger habitats also provide critical ecosystem services such as flood control and hydrological services/securing watersheds.

How can we preserve tigers?

What you can do to save the tiger?

  1. Spread the word: Tell others that the tiger and its habitat are under threat and that they need our help.
  2. Be a responsible tourist:
  3. Voice your concerns with the policy makers:
  4. Help prevent wildlife trade:
  5. Reducing pressure on natural resources:
  6. Support our work:

What is being done to stop tigers becoming extinct?

Since its launch in the mid-1990s, our Tiger Campaign has worked resolutely to help save tigers from extinction by: disrupting the transnational criminal networks involved in the illegal tiger trade. exposing the role of tiger farming in stimulating demand for tigers and the poaching of wild tigers.

How can you help save the Tiger?

WWF has listed 10 ways to help nature lovers do that, from adding a tiger mask and paw prints to your Facebook profile via WWF’s clever application (with a link to WWF’s Save the Tiger campaign) to sending beautiful tiger-themed holiday cards. If you’d like a personal encounter with tigers in their natural habitat, check out NHA’s Wild India trip.

What does WWF do to help protect tigers?

WWF works to conserve and connect tiger habitat, monitors tigers and their prey, and collaborates with governments across the 13 tiger range countries to protect wild tigers. Here’s a look at a four of the many unseen benefits that come hand-in-hand with tiger protection.

Why is it important to protect tiger habitats?

These areas rich in wildlife and plant life harbor a wealth of critically important goods and services that millions of people rely on every day. Healthy tiger habitats help mitigate climate change, provide fresh water to animals and people, reduce the impact of natural disasters, and improve the health of local people.

What is the tiger conservation project?

CITES, for its part, also separates species according to their status and regulates the trade of species, including tigers. All Tigers are in Appendix I of endangered species. The Tiger Project inspired other countries to create their conservation projects.