Nepal And India Join Forces For Population Survey Of Bengal Tiger

Nepal and India join forces for population survey of Bengal Tiger

A new government co-ordinated approach to tiger census, across India and Nepal started as of early February, aims to yield information on the current status of Bengal tigers and their prey base across the Terai Arc Landscape. This meta-study, which may take up to 4 months to complete, will be vital in informing conservation strategists in pursuit of their ambitious plan to double the wild tiger population by 2022. Read more about this story here.