If you are concerned about the declining number of tigers and their prey, you can get trained to do a survey on your own. On Youtube. The Wildlife Conservation Society

Subhash Chandra N S, Bangalore:

As a significant contribution to the wildlife science education and in monitoring the tiger population, the City-based Wildlife Conservation Society of India, for the first time in the world, has released a training video titled


Bangalore, DHNS:

To ensure flawless counting and monitoring of tigers in the wild, the Wildlife Conservation Society- India Project and Trust for Environment Education have come out with a video training module.

The video guide

In a first-of-its-kind effort to bolster tiger conservation in India, forest officials of three tiger states

Responding to the crisis, Ajjinanda Poovaiah, an activist of the NGO, Wildlife first, filed a well-researched complaint before the Karnataka Lokayukta (state ombudsman) in February 2003, alleging official corruption and mismanagement under the project.