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Life Of Pi Helps Life Of Tiger
Offbeat  (tags: animal welfare, WWF, PSA, tiger conservation, wild tigers, animals, Life of Pi, save tigers )

- 2260 days ago -
There are less than 3,200 tigers left in the wild. This staggeringly low number has inspired World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment to team up and help raise awareness for wild tiger conservation...
Action Plan Undertaken to Save Tigers
Offbeat  (tags: tigers, action plan, surival, wild tigers, conservation plans )

- 2853 days ago -
The government has undertaken an action plan for saving the Royal Bengal Tigers of the Sundarbans, the world's largest mangrove forests, a top forest official said on Friday. "The Tk 276 crore Tiger Action Plan would be implemented as part of
The Wild Tiger: "A Mythical Creature of the Past?"- VIDEO
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- 2872 days ago -
You'll see the magnificent wild tiger in its natural habitat. Then you'll hear about just how serious the poaching problem has become. In fact, when this film was made only a short time ago, it quotes the number of wild tigers as 4,000.
Bengaluru to Be South Hub for Tiger Protection
Offbeat  (tags: bengaluru, south hub, wild tigers, protection, authorities, conservation efforts )

- 2908 days ago -
The tiger population may have gone up in Karnataka and elsewhere as a result of conservation efforts, but fortunately, the authorities have not become smug and are continuing to do more to save the big cat.
Census of Wild Tiger of The Country Will Be Unveiled Tomorrow
Offbeat  (tags: wild tigers, census, country, numbers, international conference )

- 2977 days ago -
New population estimation figures on wild tiger numbers of India will be unveiled tomorrow here. A 3-Day International Conference on Tiger Conservation, Global Workshop on Implementation of the Global Tiger Recovery Program (GTRP) and General Assembly
Naming of Tigers: Experts Divided
Offbeat  (tags: ranthambore tiger reserve, wild tigers, naming, conflicts, experts )

- 3067 days ago -
The forest guides in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve all make it a point to mention Machali -- a female royal Bengal tiger. She's often spotted during safari rounds and the guides know her by name. Similarly, there's a large tiger in Bhandhavghad who is called
Aide Memoire Signed Between GTF and GTI for Cause of Wild Tigers World Wide
Offbeat  (tags: aide memoire, signed, global tiger forum, global tiger initiative, colloboration, wild tigers, conservation )

- 3117 days ago -
An Aide Memoire signed between The Global Tiger Forum (GTF) and Global Tiger Initiative (GTI) signals for new collaboration to support the cause of wild tigers world wide. India is a founding member and the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI).The President of
Youth Voices for Tigers- Images/Videos
Offbeat  (tags: children, videos, wild tigers, images, conservation, compassion )

- 3158 days ago -
Check out creative video messages from young people across the globe, such as calls to action and passionate Roars to protect the last wild tigers.
Are Tigers Safe in Kaziranga?
Offbeat  (tags: kaziranga, poachers, wild tigers, threatened, safety )

- 3311 days ago -
Kaziranga World Heritage site may be one of the successful rhino conservation stories and has the highest density of tigers in the country today but there seems to be enough reason to raise an alarm with poachers residing just outside the Park and
In the Forests of the Night
Offbeat  (tags: ranthambore, tiger reserves, india, forests, survival, wild tigers )

- 3348 days ago -
India's most pampered tiger reserve. The crown jewel of dry, deciduous tiger forests, Rajasthan's Ranthambore generates huge tourism revenue and attracts billions in government and non-government funding.
Will Wild Tigers Survive the Year of the Tiger?
Offbeat  (tags: beautiful tigers, wild tigers, survival, endangered, wildife trafficking, poaching, villagers )

- 3361 days ago -
The prospects for wild tigers are grim. Last year, the BBC reported that officials at Panna National Park, one of India's main tiger reserves, admitted it no longer has any tigers--the second such park in that country where the cat's numbers have fallen
Year of the Tiger Media Briefing to Address Wild Tiger Status Worldwide
Offbeat  (tags: tigers, media briefing, wild tigers, status, wordwide, extinction )

- 3388 days ago -
A media briefing on Wednesday from leading tiger experts will address the status of tigers around the world, the threats they face and solutions to address their decline, including a special tiger summit in Vladivostok this September. The briefing

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