WWF-India currently works for tiger conservation in seven tiger landscapes:
- The Terai Arc Landscape (across the states of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar) covering the Rajaji National Park, Corbett, Dudhwa and Valmiki Tiger Reserves, proposed Pilibhit Tiger Reserve and adjoining forests;
- The Sundarbans Landscape (in the state of West Bengal) covering the Sundarbans Tiger Reserve and adjoining areas within the Sundarbans Biosphere Reserve;
- The Satpuda-Maikal Landscape (across the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh and Maharashtra) covering the Kanha, Pench, Achanakmar, Satpuda, Melghat and Tadoba-Andheri Tiger Reserves and adjoining forests;
- The North Bank Landscape (across the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh) covering the Manas, Nameri, Pakke and Namdapha Tiger Reserves and Orang National Park and adjoining forest areas;
- The Kaziranga-Karbi Anglong Landscape (in the state of Assam) covering the Kaziranga Tiger Reserve and adjoining forests of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council and;
- The Western Ghats-Nilgiris Landscape (in the states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka) covering Bandipur, Wayanad and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves, Sathyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary, Parambikulum and Annamalai Tiger Reserves, Eravaikulam National Park, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary as well as adjoining forests.
WWF-India also works in certain important tiger habitats that fall outside these tiger landscapes, namely Ranthambore, Similipal, Panna and Buxa Tiger Reserves.