The heart and soul of WWF's tiger conservation efforts are deeply embedded in 14 unique tiger landscapes, where the need and impact of our work is most felt.

We take a holistic view to protecting wild tigers. Instead of focusing only on specific tiger habitats, we define 14 vast and connected landscapes - some of them cutting across countries.

Put together, these landscapes provide us with a global canvas for a blueprint towards global tiger recovery.

In each of these landscapes, WWF has selected priority sites based on the potential for tiger populations to thrive, breed and recover. Our on-ground efforts are present in more than 200 of these sites.