With a total of 11 years of experience in ground level conservation, anti-poaching, and rehabilitation work, Tiger Watch – a Non-Governmental Organisation working out of Sawai Madhopur – on the outskirts of the Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan – has put together its experience and knowledge – invaluable for those making a sincere and serious effort towards conservation.

Thank you for reading your blogs so carefully and with so much interest. It is what makes them available. But not every action everywhere are good. The context determines it. To recapitulate, Govind Singh some time back listed in his post on this very blog, five main reasons to save tigers. […]

Rahul Dravid and Editor, Sanctuary, Bittu Sahgal Voice Their Concern Cross posted from WWF-India by J. Ertmann On the 28th of July 2009, a Tiger Rally was organised by the Delhi Greens (Editor’s Note: and by Sanctuary and a series of organisations) at the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (NMML), Teen Murti […]

What does it take to save the tiger? Tiger – India’s National animal and a flagship-umbrella species which facilitates the conservation of a large number of other species and that of our forests and wildlife resources. While this may answer the query of some tribal activist and several others on why the big cat should be saved […]

Build a Tiger Online – Upload your photo to Stop Tiger Trade    Dead baby tiger tied to pole, Indonesia © WWF-Indonesia   Thirty tiger conservation groups have come together to launch a worldwide campaign to collect supporters’ pictures online to create the world’s largest photo mosaic of a tiger. The […]


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