INDIA

 

SATPUDA LANDSCAPE TIGER PARTNERSHIP (SLTP)

Animals: tigers
Established: 2005
Work: conservation / education
Managed by: Born Free and the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at the University of Oxford

Protecting India’s Satpuda forest region – the largest block of tiger habitat in the country – to provide the best chance for remaining wild tigers to survive, through conservation bursaries, community conflict-prevention activities, population monitoring and tackling wildlife crime.

SATPUDA LANDSCAPE TIGER PARTNERSHIP

 

BANNERGHATTA TIGER SANCTUARY

Animals: tigers
Supported since: 2002
Work: welfare & captivity
Managed by: Born Free and Wildlife SOS

The sanctuary provides a natural forest habitat for rescued tigers, giving them space, peace and privacy in a section of the park closed to visitors.

BANNERGHATTA TIGER SANCTUARY

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