05 Jul Project Tiger in India | Facts, Objectives of Save Tiger Project
Project Tiger in India
In the 20th century the population was estimated at 20,000 to 40,000 in all over the world.
The main objective of Project tiger is to secure them and identify the limiting factors and mitigate them by appropriate management strategy. This project covers Shivalik –Terai conservation unit, Northeast conservation unit, Central India, and the Western Ghats.
The main vision of the project is to prevent the food chain cycle because Tigers are the most valuable point of our food chain process. As fast as we learn the importance of tiger in our ecosystem as fast we can prevent us from vanish.
Report of Tiger Census 2006 –
Also, See – Steps taken by Government of India for the conservation of wildlife
In 1970, the national ban on the hunting of Tiger, so this is clear that illegal hunting of that species is taken seriously by the Indian judiciary. The main theme of project tiger is to “Save Tiger“.