Audio podcast: ‘Stop developmental projects in tiger areas, invest more in lesser-known forests’

Ashraf Engineer

February 9, 2022

126 tigers died in India in 2021, the most since data began being compiled, for reasons ranging from habitat loss to poaching and from habitat fragmentation to hunting of the tiger’s prey species by locals hit badly by the COVID-19 lockdown. So what can be done to preserve and augment the progress India has achieved over the decades on tiger conservation? Internationally renowned wildlife filmmaker Praveen Singh, whose work has extensively documented India’s tigers and other wildlife, speaks to All Indians Matter.