Conservation Drones to be used to monitor Tiger Population in the Reserves :http://gktomorrow.com/2017/03/07/conservation-drones-used-monitor-tigers/

Conservation Drones to be used to monitor Tiger Population in the Reserves :http://gktomorrow.com/2017/03/07/conservation-drones-used-monitor-tigers/

How many tigers are left in the world. The world has lost 97% of its tiger population in a little over a century.

How many tigers are left in the world. The world has lost 97% of its tiger population in a little over a century.

Conservation drones will soon hover over select tiger reserves in India, marking the beginning of significant technological intervention in wildlife conservation. Though intended primarily for the monitoring of tiger population in the reserves, the unmanned aircraft would collect and transmit visual data on animal movements, poaching activities and instances of forest fire from inaccessible forest …

Conservation drones will soon hover over select tiger reserves in India, marking the beginning of significant technological intervention in wildlife conservation. Though intended primarily for the monitoring of tiger population in the reserves, the unmanned aircraft would collect and transmit visual data on animal movements, poaching activities and instances of forest fire from inaccessible forest …

Just a Tiger archer ... in honor of the fact that the tiger population has increased for the first time in 100 years.

Just a Tiger archer ... in honor of the fact that the tiger population has increased for the first time in 100 years.

How many tigers are left in the world. The world has lost 97% of its tiger population in a little over a century.

How many tigers are left in the world. The world has lost 97% of its tiger population in a little over a century.

Indian tiger population up 6% to c.2,200 say experts but more measures required to maintain delicate ecological balance and future of wild tigers  Noting a 6% rise in the tiger population in the country, experts on Tuesday suggested a need for greater flexibility to increase habitat for the feline for their protection.  Speaking at the national workshop on monitoring systems for tigers intensive patrolling and ecological status, Y. V. Jhalla, principal scientist of the Wildlife Institute of…

Indian tiger population up 6% to c.2,200 say experts but more measures required to maintain delicate ecological balance and future of wild tigers Noting a 6% rise in the tiger population in the country, experts on Tuesday suggested a need for greater flexibility to increase habitat for the feline for their protection. Speaking at the national workshop on monitoring systems for tigers intensive patrolling and ecological status, Y. V. Jhalla, principal scientist of the Wildlife Institute of…

|| Happy #WorldWildlifeDay || In the past year alone, we’ve had much to applaud when it comes to protecting wildlife and wild places: both the US and China began implementing elephant ivory bans to reduce poaching; the global wild tiger population rose for the first time in 100 years; giant pandas were removed from the endangered species list; and the US Congress passed the first comprehensive legislation to address the global poaching crisis, the END Wildlife Trafficking Act. Follow…

|| Happy #WorldWildlifeDay || In the past year alone, we’ve had much to applaud when it comes to protecting wildlife and wild places: both the US and China began implementing elephant ivory bans to reduce poaching; the global wild tiger population rose for the first time in 100 years; giant pandas were removed from the endangered species list; and the US Congress passed the first comprehensive legislation to address the global poaching crisis, the END Wildlife Trafficking Act. Follow…

Tiger population has increased over the years but Ranthambore’s capacity to accommodate them remains a concern.

Tiger population has increased over the years but Ranthambore’s capacity to accommodate them remains a concern.

Each tiger has its very own stripe pattern. Researchers who observe tigers can identify individuals by their unique stripes.

Each tiger has its very own stripe pattern. Researchers who observe tigers can identify individuals by their unique stripes.

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