WHERE WE WORK

SCALING ACROSS BOUNDARIES

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.

By adopting a landscape approach, WWF works across large areas of important habitat, where tiger sites - both protected and unprotected - are connected through common boundaries or by natural corridors. While the scale and complexity of the work required to protect these interconnected landscapes is daunting, WWF is bolstered by strong partnerships across the globe and on the ground and is investing sustained funds and extensive scientific expertise.

Click on the images below to learn more about each tiger landscape.