Monitoring of Tiger Populations in the Central Indian Tiger Landscape
India, Central Indian Landscape started 2013 Active Conservation, Research
The prime focus of this monitoring exercise is to carry out long-term, fine-scale camera trapping sampling in key Protected Areas and areas outside Protected Areas such as corridors and forest blocks to provide reliable data on tiger population estimates. Data from multi-season, long-term, intensive surveys is crucial for taking informed conservation decisions and planning for landscape-scale conservation of wildlife and their habitats.