A new survey of over a hundred tiger conservation areas, where an estimated 70% of the world’s wild tigers live, found that at least one-third of them are threatened by poorly-resourced management.
Saving the wild tiger can help to protect thousands of species and create value for millions of people in Asia.
Six newborn tiger cubs have been recorded in Mae Wong and Klong Lan National Parks and the total number of tigers is 16. But a proposed Mae Wong Dam may do irreversible damage to one of the most important tiger habitats in Southeast Asia.
WWF Tigers Alive has a strategic plan to achieve our metagoal of Tx2. Progress is tracked annually as part of our extensive programme of monitoring & evaluation.
In the midst of a global poaching crisis, the launch of the comprehensive Training Guidelines for Field Rangers will provide anti-poaching units with a revolutionary resource to improve conditions and training on the front line. This is the first of its kind and a resource
Wednesday, 23 November, marks the halfway point of the Tx2 campaign to double the number of wild tigers by 2022. Launched in 2010 at the Tiger Summit in St Petersburg, the ambitious collaborative effort has resulted in some significant progress. But these gains are
This report is released on the eve of the international conference on illegal wildlife trade taking place in Hanoi 17-18 Nov 2016, to show issues of varying degrees across all the 13 Tiger range countries.
The first ever global ranger insurance survey paints a worrying picture about the lack of long-term insurance for government rangers.
Based on best available data, there are now close to 3,900 wild tigers globally. This document details each country’s tiger numbers.
The mission, vision, and strategy of Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS). A guide to ensure Protected Areas for tigers are truly secured. Last updated on March 2017.