Tigers Return to Forests in Bhutan

New camera trap images from Bhutan show that wild tigers are returning to forests they have not been seen in for nearly two decades.

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Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), Indonesia.

In Rimbang Baling, Tiger Protectors are Guarding a World Heritage site

27 April 2017 | Indonesia

The Tiger Protection Unit was patrolling Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve on a day like any other when Samsu, the unit’s ...

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In Rimbang Baling, Tiger Protectors are Guarding a World Heritage site

27 April 2017 | Indonesia
#BeBoldforChange today as we celebrate the women who forward our tiger conservation work

These Women are Tiger Protectors

08 March 2017 | Wildlife Heroes

On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating three women who dedicate their lives to protecting the world’s remaining wild tigers. In just ...

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These Women are Tiger Protectors

08 March 2017 | Wildlife Heroes
Transformation story of Liang from hunter to ranger

The Ranger With A Hunting Past

15 February 2017 | Rangers

Against the serenity of a village silenced by a mountainous landscape, the hunter poised to shoot. And the animal lunged.Feng ...

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The Ranger With A Hunting Past

15 February 2017 | Rangers
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Tiger population doubled in Nepal’s Youngest National Park

15 December 2016 | Nepal

Banke National Park latest success shows Nepal's commitment to the TX2 goal.

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Tiger population doubled in Nepal’s Youngest National Park

15 December 2016 | Nepal
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Bhutan commits to securing long-term future for wild tigers

08 December 2016 | Bhutan

This week, Bhutan shared news of the country’s goal to have its protected areas CA|TS-approved, in order to meet the ...

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Bhutan commits to securing long-term future for wild tigers

08 December 2016 | Bhutan
Where does the road leads to for tigers?

Asia's infrastructure development threatens the world’s tigers

22 November 2016 |

Asia's infrastructure can hinder tiger recovery process.

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Asia's infrastructure development threatens the world’s tigers

22 November 2016 |
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Hanoi Conference presents opportunity to launch a global effort to shut down ‘Tiger Farms’ by 2019

16 November 2016 | Tiger Farms

On 17-18 November 2016, the Government of Vietnam will host the Third High Level Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade. This ...

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Hanoi Conference presents opportunity to launch a global effort to shut down ‘Tiger Farms’ by 2019

16 November 2016 | Tiger Farms
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Increasing number of tiger farms implicated in illegal wildlife trade

29 September 2016 | Illegal Wildlife Trade

A new report from TRAFFIC and WWF finds no evidence of a decline in tiger trafficking across Asia, with parts ...

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Increasing number of tiger farms implicated in illegal wildlife trade

29 September 2016 | Illegal Wildlife Trade
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Six Weeks in the Land of the Tiger

20 September 2016 | India

Ever wondered what it’s like to be in the field and in the thick of the action, working to conserve ...

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Six Weeks in the Land of the Tiger

20 September 2016 | India

Press Releases

How protected are tigers in World Heritage Sites. A new WWF report investigates this...

Halting the illegal trade of CITES species from World Heritage Sites

18 April 2017 | Illegal Wildlife Trade

Natural World Heritage Sites support large populations of rare plants and animal species, including almost a third of the world’s ...

Halting the illegal trade of CITES species from World Heritage Sites

18 April 2017 | Illegal Wildlife Trade
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Tiger conservation gets extra boost when countries work together

India and Nepal Joins Hands to Strengthen Transboundary Conservation

10 March 2017 | India

For the fifth time, Nepal and India collaborate to strengthen wildlife conservation along the international border.

India and Nepal Joins Hands to Strengthen Transboundary Conservation

10 March 2017 | India
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Political support from Prime Minister of Bhutan Lyonchhen Tshering Tobgay with the participants of the WWF Asia Pacific CEO’s & Board Conference.

Bhutan launches new National Zero Poaching Strategy, Tiger Action Plan (2017-2026) and Human-Wildlife Conflict SAFE Strategy

27 February 2017 | Bhutan

Tiger conservation gets additional boost with yet another milestone achieved in Bhutan. With strong support from Prime Minister of Bhutan, ...

Bhutan launches new National Zero Poaching Strategy, Tiger Action Plan (2017-2026) and Human-Wildlife Conflict SAFE Strategy

27 February 2017 | Bhutan
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New Field Ranger Training Guidelines Could Save the Lives of Those on the Front Line of the Poaching Battle

09 February 2017 | Rangers

In the midst of a global poaching crisis, Training Guidelines for Field Rangers is a revolutionary resource to improve conditions and training ...

New Field Ranger Training Guidelines Could Save the Lives of Those on the Front Line of the Poaching Battle

09 February 2017 | Rangers
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Asian infrastructure could be the end of the road for tigers

22 November 2016 | Infrastructure

23 November, marks the halfway point of the Tx2 campaign to double the number of wild tigers by 2022. Launched ...

Asian infrastructure could be the end of the road for tigers

22 November 2016 | Infrastructure
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WWF Calls for the Closure of Tigers Farms

16 November 2016 | Illegal Wildlife Trade

Tigers are high on the agenda at a major conference on illegal wildlife trade in Hanoi. It’s the perfect place ...

WWF Calls for the Closure of Tigers Farms

16 November 2016 | Illegal Wildlife Trade
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