Rekha • onInformation 11 years ago • 3 min read

LET's ALL GOINg Hand to Save Our Wild Cat

Over the last decade Save The Tiger Fund grantees have been working diligently in each of the world€ ¦’²s remaining tiger landscapes to understand basic tiger ecology, predator-prey relationships, habitat use and distribution patterns, reproductive biology which have highlighted key differences between populations, for example, Amur tigers in the Russian Far East have much larger home ranges than Bengal tigers in the Terai Arc Landscapes of Nepal and India.

Country Action Plans Save the Tiger Fund has played an important role of informing and developing many of the tiger action plans for tiger-range countries listed below.

Sundarbans Wildlife Management Plan - Bangladesh Seidensticker, J. and A. Hai, 1983. Sundarbans Wildlife Management Plan: Conservation in the Bangladesh Coastal Zone. Comment: This wildlife management plan covers tigers in detail and has been updated several times since it was originally published (Large file will take time to download)

Tiger Action Plan - Bhutan NCDDF 2005. Tiger Action Plan for Bhutan. Nature Conservation Division Department of Forests, Ministry of Agriculture, Royal Government of Bhutan & WWF Bhutan Programme, Thimphu. Comment: This plan is the product of an STF-sponsored conference attended by many world-renowned tiger experts in Bhutan in 2004.

Tiger Action Plan - India UMEF. 2005. Chapter 4: Action plan for change in S. Narain, H. S. Panwar, M. Gadgil, V. Thapar, and S. Singh, editors. Joining the Dots. Project Tiger, Union Ministry of Environment and Forests, New Delhi. Comment: This is the report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh from a Task Force constituted in April 2005, following the shocking disappearance of tigers from Sariska tiger reserve in Rajasthan.

Tiger Action Plan - Myanmar Lynam, A. J. 2003. A National Tiger Action Plan For The Union of Myanmar. Wildlife Conservation Society, New York. Comment: This excellent document was carried out by the Wildlife Conservation Society as a Save The Tiger Fund grant.

Tiger Action Plan - Nepal DNPWC. 1999. Tiger Action Plan for the Kingdom of Nepal. Pages 47-61 in Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation and King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. Regional Symposium on the Conservation of the Royal Bengal Tiger. WWF Nepal, Chitwan, Nepal. Comment: STF has been working closely with many organizations in Nepal to make the vision for a greater, connected Terai Arc Landscape a reality.

Tiger Action Plan - Russia Miquelle, D. G., T. Merrill, Y. M. Dunishenko, E. N. Smirnov, H. Quigley, D. G. Pikunov, and M. Hornocker. 1999. A habitat protection plan for the Amur tiger: developing political and ecological criteria for a viable land-use plan in J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, and P. Jackson, editors. Riding The Tiger. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Tiger action Plan Malaysia Draft Review Copy of soon to be released Malaysia Tiger Action Plan

Tiger Action Plan- Thailand S. Tunikorn, J.D. Smith, T. Prayurasiddihi, M. Graham, P. Jackson, P. Cutter. 2004. Saving Thailands's Tigers: An Action Plan. Department of National Park, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation, Bangkok. Comment: This is very large file, high graphics and will take time to download. David Smith's participation in drawing up this plan was covered by a Save The Tiger Fund Grant.

WWF Global Tiger Action Plan WWF 2002. A WWF Framework and Strategy for Action 2002 € ¦’¶ 2010. Species Programme WWF International February 2002. 32pp. Comment: STF has worked closely with WWF over the last decade at global and local levels.



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