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Living with the Wild: Mitigating Conflict between Humans and Big Cat Species in Uttar Pradesh

This Conservation Action Series report outlines a holistic model of conflict mitigation that evolved under Wildlife Trust of India’s Uttar Pradesh Big Cat Conflict Mitigation Project (now the Terai Tiger Project), run in partnership with the state forest department. The field tested approach thus developed involves a sustained process of engagement with local communities, mated with technical expertise and effective on-ground enforcement.

Right of Passage: Elephant Corridors of India [2nd Edition]

This Conservation Reference Series publication brings together, in its second edition, a comprehensive listing of India’s 101 elephant corridors as listed and mapped by elephant experts in consultation with all state forest departments that are part of the elephant range in the country. Securing these corridors so that elephants and other species can locally migrate between habitats is crucial to their survival.

Conflict to Co-existence

In conjunction with long-term measures it is essential that rapidly deployable and field-tested solutions to alleviate Human Wildlife Conflict be brought to the forefront. This inaugural volume of the Conservation Action Solutions series does just that, summarising ten successful conflict mitigation measures already employed by WTI, and two new ideas that are worth implementing as pilot projects.

Tiger Country: Helping Save Bhutan’s Natural Heritage

A Conservation Action Series report on four years of work by IFAW-WTI in partnership with the Government of Bhutan, training forest guards, customs and enforcement personnel, and assisting the Bhutanese forest department in taking action to save local wildlife in distress.