The report shows that while tigers are in dire trouble in some areas, they are still hanging on in others. Meanwhile, opportunities to grow tiger populations in landscapes where conservation efforts are beginning to take hold. The report card looks at key threats to tigers and monitors success in the priority landscapes where WCS and Panthera work to save them: India's Western Ghats, Thailand's Western Forest Complex, the transboundary region between Russia and China, Indonesia's Gunung Leuser landscape, Myanmar's Hukaung Valley, Malaysia's Endau-Rompin Landscape, Laos's Nam Et-Phou Louey, and Cambodia's Eastern Plains.