Help humans to save face, support WWF Preliminary reports indicate that tiger numbers in India have declined
Save the Indian Tiger
sharply from 3642 individuals in 2002 as per Project Tiger estimates to
somewhere around 1,500 tigers in 2007, a drop of a whopping 60%! The range
of the tiger is reduced to a mere 7% what it was a hundered years ago.
Indeed, wild tiger numbers may have reached a level from where recovery
may be near impossible if drastic measures are not taken on an urgent
basis. The time has come when every concerned citizen stands up in support
for tigers in the wild.
To muster the support of citizens across India and the globe WWF-India, the
country's largest non-governmental organization working for wildlife
conservation has started a signature campaign. To know more about WWF-India
you may visit our website at wwfindia.org.
If you care for wild tigers and feel that they belong to the forests, where
their original home is, please lend your voice for their cause by signing
online at wwfindia.org/tiger.
If you wish to make a contribution to this cause, please follow the link
given on this page.
Help humans to save face, support WWF
Preliminary reports indicate that tiger numbers in India have declined