Tiger conservation expert Aditya Panda is back with a deep dive into the India’s quest to conserve the world’s largest cat. India holds the biggest population of Bengal tigers, and their numbers have been rebounding in recent years as the Indian government and NGOs such as WWF work vigilantly to keep the tiger population on an upward trajectory. But there are many obstacles that impede that goal, with no easy solutions. Poaching is only one problem. And while the illegal wildlife trade poses a grave threat, tigers are also under duress from human-wildlife conflict, habitat loss and climate change. Yet dogged determination on the part of government and NGO partners is making a difference. Find out about the challenges for tiger conservation, where and how success stories are happening, and the important role that you, as an ecotourist, can play in protecting the tigers’ future. In addition to his tiger conservation work and leading Nat Hab expeditions, Aditya is an honorary wildlife warden with India’s Department of Environment & Forests.
Originally presented August 17, 2021
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