WWF-India's work in Western Indian tiger landscape

WWF-India regularly reviews existing enforcement systems and capacities of the state forest department. It assesses gaps in training needs for staff at every level, and develops training modules on a range of subjects such as law enforcement and monitoring, anti-poaching issues, crime scene investigations, documentation, use of new technologies and better patrolling techniques.

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Conservation issues

The wildlife here faces serious threat of habitat loss and fragmentation due to developmental projects and encroachment by villagers. As populations increase, the villages expand further into forest land, converting these habitats into agricultural land and grazing spots.

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The Western Indian Tiger Landscape (WITL) is spread over an area of 30,000km2 across the states of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh at the intersection of the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges...

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