Tigers from Ranthambhore National Park move through degraded and fragmented forest patches and agricultural fields to reach Kuno Palpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Madhav National Park—two of the most important corridors in the Western India Tiger Landscape. We present the challenges and possible solutions to mitigate threats for these corridors, often overlooked in favour of larger sanctuaries and forest areas.

The Kaziranga National Park in the alluvial floodplains of Assam is an important tiger habitat in the country and perhaps the only viable source population left in the entire Northeast India. Even before it became a tiger reserve (notified in 2007), tiger conservation was on under the rhino as a flagship species.