Research

Counting Tigers

WCT was one of four NGOs invited by the National Tiger Conservation Authority to carry out population estimations of tigers in 2014.

Genetic Studies

WCT’s cutting-edge genetics research programme helps the government design better wildlife management policies.


Counting Tigers

 

WCT’s research and monitoring team routinely conducts wildlife estimations in and around Protected Areas.

We train forest department staff in monitoring techniques so that they can conduct such assessments independently.

WCT has conducted surveys in the Pench, Navegaon-Nagzira, Tadoba-Andhari and Bor Tiger Reserves, Umred-Karhandla and Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuaries and Brahmapuri Forest Division in Maharashtra and the Pench Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh.

Read more about our work counting tigers
Count tigers with the WCT team!

Counting Tigers

 

WCT’s research and monitoring team routinely conducts wildlife estimations in and around Protected Areas.

We train forest department staff in monitoring techniques so that they can conduct such assessments independently.

WCT has conducted surveys in the Pench, Navegaon-Nagzira, Tadoba-Andhari and Bor Tiger Reserves, Umred-Karhandla and Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuaries and Brahmapuri Forest Division in Maharashtra and the Pench Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh.

Read more about our work counting tigers
Count tigers with the WCT team!