World Wildlife Group

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Deepak Gupta

Local institutions and people Scientists who were closely involved in managing tigers at the local level, Hemendra Panwar of India and Hemanta Mishra of Nepal, pointed out an important lesson more than a  decade ago:  unless local community needs are met, conservation of the tiger will not succeed and  protected areas will perish. Therefore, conservation programmes must reconcile the interests of people and tigers.

What are the possible major to be take by the Pench Authority to increase the Tiger count?

Does any one has some suggestion.

Interesting article to check:
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/National-Tiger-Conservation-Authority-goes-against-its-own-norms-for-Bor-tiger-reserve/articleshow/35353359.cms

Things to Do

  • Spread the word
  • Be a responsible tourist
  • Informing the nearest police station
  • Reducing pressure on natural resources
  • Encouraging Students
  • Institutions and people Scientists who were closely involved in managing tigers at the local level
  • Must reconcile the interests of people and tigers.
  • Technologies for conservation of resources
  • Educate the locals
  • Stop poaching and don't encourage poachers
  • Severe punishment for poachers
  • Ban the goods made of tiger skin
  • Protect forests
  • Donate money to tiger conservation organisations

Local institutions and people Scientists who were closely involved in managing tigers at the local level, Hemendra Panwar of India and Hemanta Mishra of Nepal, pointed out an important lesson more than a decade ago: unless local community needs are met, conservation of the tiger will not succeed and protected areas will perish. Therefore, conservation programmes must reconcile the interests of people and tigers.

In most situations, a sustainable tiger conservation strategy cannot be achieved without the full participation and collective action of individual rural households whose livelihoods depend on rights of access and use of the forests where tigers live

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