- Bangladesh diaries: tales of a trainee tiger conservationist
- Introducing the Tiger Team
- The big picture of tiger conservation
- Visiting my Chagossian heritage – Yannick Mandarin
- ZSL Cameroon Wildlife Wood Project Bulletin (January to March 2013)
- Egypt Expedition – Meet the team
- The new Principles and Criteria are approved, but challenges remain
- There’s no right way to eat a rhesus
- The RSPO endorses the ZSL High Conservation Value Monitoring System
- Andrea: I think the statement "hunters with metal ammuniti...
- Elsa Lamb: WOW! what an adventure. So sad to see the original...
- Elsa Lamb: What wonderful work you do, I'm so proud of you Ta...
- Marcus Felson: A new center on wildlife crime. A new Symposium t...
- Marcus Felson: Increasingly criminologists are looking at wildlif...
Indian tigers of the Sundarbans
Saving Wild Tigers
Saving wild tigers requires preserving and protecting large areas of forest while at the same time combating the never-ending demand for forest products by the overpopulated periphery villages. The tiger has become a symbol of global conservation and efforts to try and save the tiger have become ever so pertinent in recent years. Ecologists [...]
The big picture of tiger conservation
Travelling along the river beside the villages of the Sundarbans, the beauty of the forest is truly amazing. Sunlight glistening over the water, the sound of the waves, the sights and sounds of various birds and the endless green forest brings a sense of serenity. But as the boatmen mention, the area was much more [...]
Searching for solutions
Hi everyone! Nazneen is back again with news from the Sundarbans Tiger Project (STP). The Communication team of our project has been doing a Knowledge, Attitude and Practise (KAP) survey since last July. The last phase of this survey requires us to conduct structured questionnaires with urban dwellers and semi-structured interviews with three target [...]
Tiger at the door, tiger no more
With fewer than 3200 individuals in the wild, the situation becomes really tense every time a tiger strays into the human locality of the Sundarbans because this results all too often in its death at the hands of the local villagers. And that accounts for one tiger lost. Just a few weeks ago we lost [...]
A day for the tigers
In July we at Wildlife Trust of Bangladesh (WTB) came to know that the 29th of the same month had been declared as the Global Tiger Day by the Global Tiger Initiative (GTI) and all tiger ranging countries would celebrate this day as a step to increase awareness to support tiger conservation. The Ministry of [...]
Community participation for tiger conservation
Hello, this is Nazneen from the Sundarbans Tiger Project. This time I would like to introduce you with another team of our project – Participatory Management and Community Outreach team comprising Modinul, Ashraful, Mahbub, Khairul, Alam and Mizan. With a view to provide field level assistance to villagers for managing different human-tiger conflict situations, these [...]