Tiger Conservation

It is imperative that we all work together to allow the world to become an environmentally smarter place. This can be achieved in many different ways:

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Community/Tribal projects

To work with the local people, to give them improved water facilities, education and bio-diversible fuels. To run awareness programmes. It is relevant that we look to move families that live in parks outside to better housing and amenities, therefore giving both tiger and people space and little chance of conflict.

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Forest Guards

They will patrol the forest by jeep/cycle or on foot. They check permits of the guides in the parks, also checking vehicles and people who are in the buffer zone. They have a stick to protect themselves from poachers. We help to train the forest guards and we also supply equipment such as water filters and solar lighting.

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Honey Collection

There are a lot of bee keepers on the surrounding islands of the Sundarbans. The amount taken from the forest is negligible compared to the amount of people entering the forest and causing damage and also disguising themselves as honey collectors when they are poachers. Maybe it is best that this activity is stopped.

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Research

To be able to help the tiger it is important that we know the populations in certain parks and areas. We also need to know what their range areas are, specific mating habits, prey density etc. This can be done by radio collars and can be followed by researchers.

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