Tiger conservation:Reason for the rise in the population of tiger.

Updated Thu, 12 May 2022 08:46 AM IST


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Tiger conservation: National Wild Life Action

Why it is started?

Wildlife conservation in the country to the year 1983 with the objective of the National Wildlife Action plan started. This plan Presented the outline of the programs and projects for wildlife conservation under project tiger. This action plan is based on the provisions of the Wildlife Protection Act passed in the year 1972. Started for strict implementation and protection of rare and endangered wildlife. Under this action plan, projects like tiger and elephant conservation were started.
To increase the number of tigers and provide them with safe habitat and breeding areas. The Tiger Project was started in the year 1973 to get it done. For this project, The main objective is to manage and protect wildlife, as well as to protect such areas. To the ecology of the region, where tigers are found. In addition, the tiger The project also aims at making the residents of the area self-reliant, so that they can become tigers. Do not depend on the resources of the project operated areas Tiger Project in India

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 Tiger conservation: Main feature of this plan

• India Important things related to tigers are presented here point by point…….
• April 1, from Jim Corbett National Park, located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. 1973 Tiger Man of India Late, Kailash Sankhla (Jodhpur, Rajasthan) The Tiger Project was started under the leadership of wildlife conservation This is the largest project in the world in terms of vision. For this, the Directorate of Tiger Projects was formed, whose name has been changed to National Tiger Conservation Authority on 4 September 2000.
• Tiger is the national animal of India. At present, there are 1706 tigers in India. The whole world At present, the number of tigers has come down to only 3200.
• The first census of tigers in the country was done in 1972. Then there were 1827 tigers in the country. Introduced a new and modern method of counting tigers from the year 2006 Went. Under this, state-of-the-art powerful cameras for counting tigers, Satellite, DNA analysis, and claw prints are used.
• Hunting of dams has been carried out in the country since the year 1970.

Tiger conservation: Some Interesting facts

Some interesting facts related to Tiger's results in India:…..
• Nagpur is also known as the ‘Tiger Capital’ of India Because this district has the highest number of tiger reserves. There are 13 tiger reserves in Vidharbha (including the Nagpur division of eastern) alone.
• The national parks around Nagpur include Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary, Pench National Park, Nagzira-Navegaon Tiger Reserve, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, Melghat Tiger Reserve, and Bor Tiger Reserve.
• The climatic condition of this forested region is very appropriate for tiger conservation.
• First white tiger sanctuary – Madhya Pradesh (The maiden ‘White Tiger Safari’ was inaugurated in 2016.

Tiger conservation: Latest data

India is home to 80 percent of tigers in the world. In 2006, there were 1,411 tigers which increased to 1,706 in 2010, 2,226 in 2014 and 2,967 in 2018. The Indian increase played a big role in driving up global populations as well; The number of wild tigers rose globally from 3,159 in 2010 to 3,890 in 2016 according to World Wildlife Fund and Global Tiger Forum.

Tiger conservation: List of tiger reserves in India

Tiger reserve state No of tiger
  Bandipur(1973-74)      Karnataka 120
  Bandipur(1973-74)      Uttrakhand 225
  Bandipur(1973-74)      MadhyaPradesh 80
Manas (1973-74) Assam 11
Melghat (1973–74)          Maharastra 25
Palamau (1973–74)      Jharkhand 3
 Ranthambore (1973–74)                37
Similipal (1973–74)            Orissa 3
 Sunderbans (1973–74)    West Bengal 38
Periyar (1978–79)      Kerala 20
 Sariska (1978–79)          Rajasthan 9
Buxa (1982–83)            West Bengal 2
Indravati (1982–83)    Chhatisgarh 12
 Namdapha (1982–83)      Arunachal Pradesh 12
 Dudhwa (1987–88)  Uttar Pradesh 68
 Kalakad-Mundanthurai (1988–89) Tamil Nadu 10
 Valmiki (1989–90)                   Bihar 40
Pench (1992–93)    Madhya Pradesh 42
 Tadoba-Andhari (1993–94)    Maharastra 15
 Bandhavgarh (1993–94)  Madhya Pradesh 65
Panna (1994–95)          Madhya Pradesh 13
Dampa (1994–95)  Mizoram 0
Bhadra (1998–99)  Karnataka 22
Pench (1998–99)      Maharastra 35
Pakke (1999–2000)                Arunachal Pradesh 7
Name (1999–2000)  Assam 5
 Satpura (1999–2000)      Madhya Pradesh 26
Anamalai (2008–09)    Tamil Nadu 13
 Sitanadi (2008–09)      Chhattisgarh Garh 4
 Satkosia (2008–09)          Orrisa 3
Achanakmar (2008–09)    Chhatisgarh 12
Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve(Kali) (2008–09) Karnataka 5
Sanjay (2008–09)  Madhya Pradesh 3
 Mudumalai (2007)           Amil Nadu 113
Nagarhole (2008–09)      Karnataka 101
 Parambikulam (2008–09)  Kerala 9
Sahyadri (2009–10)  Maharastra 7
 Biligiri Ranganatha Temple (2010–11) Karnataka 68
Kawal (2012–13)      Telangana 0
 Sathyamangalam (2013–14) Tamil Nadu 72
 Mukandra Hills (2013–14)  Rajasthan 0
Nagaon (2013–14)  Maharastra 7
 Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam (1982–83).  Andhra Pradesh 74
 Agrabad (2014).  Telangana 0
Pilibhit(2014) Uttar Pradesh 74
 Bor (2014)        Maharastra  
 Rajaji (2015)      Uttrakhand 0
 Orang (2016)        Assam 16
Kallang (2016)  Arunachal Pradesh  
Srivilliputhur - Megamalai (2021)  Tamil Nadu 14
 Ramgarh Vishdhari (2021).        Rajasthan 35
Guru Ghasidas National Park and Tamor Pingla Wildlife Sanctuary (2021)        Chhattisgarh 0

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Q1- How many tiger conservation are there in India?

Answer-There are a total of 53 Tiger reserves in India ( Yes now the number is 53 with the latest addition of Guru Ghasidas National Park of Chhattisgarh ) as of 2022. According to the latest Tiger Census of 2018-19 conducted in 20 states across India, 2967 Tiger live in India.

Q2 -Which is the 53rd tiger reserve in India?

Answer- Guru Ghasidas National Park of #Chhattisgarh will be 53rd Tiger Reserve of India. Approved by National Tiger Conservation Authority.

Q3- -Which state has maximum tiger reserves in India?

Answer- The correct answer is Madhya Pradesh. The state of Madhya Pradesh has the highest number of Tiger reserves in India (6 tiger reserves).

Q4-What are the steps taken for tiger conservation in India?

Answer-#InternationalTigerDay Smart patrolling, notification for five more tiger reserves, aerial surveillance, Economic Valuation of Tiger Reserves are part of the measures being undertaken to protect tiger habitats & conserve its population.

Q5-WHO declares tiger reserves in India?

Answer-Tiger Reserves are declared by National Tiger Conservation Authority via Wild Life (Protection) Amendment Act, 2006 under centrally sponsored scheme called Project Tiger. To declare an area as Tiger Reserve, the state governments can forward their proposals in this regard to NTCA.

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