Tiger population growth in india
The tiger is our national animal .and some of our last few years, india's tiger population has been declining.But according to a 2014 survey , tiger populations are getting increases.
To save tigers in India, many campaigns are being run by the government and many social organizations, due to which the number of tigers in India is continuously increasing.According to the census, Maharashtra had 9 in 5, 3 in 9 and 1 in 199 tigers. This year, the figure will rise to around 5 and Tadoba's lead is steady, official sources said.
In the state, there were 499 tigers in five years. Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said the forest department's efforts to conserve tiger through the participation of locals were a success.According to the last census conducted in the year 2014, there are 2226 tigers in the country, which is much higher according to the 2010 census.The census of tigers is done every four years in the country and this count is also being done in 2018.Its figures can be released in January next year.
In Maharashtra, there were 5 tigers in 5 years.In the tiger census of 7 years, this number increased to 199.Maharashtra has come from the fifth position in the country to fourth in the number of tigers.There are six tiger projects in the state including Bore, Melghat, Pench, Navegaon Nagzira and Sahyadri, Tadoba-Andhari.In order to reduce the dependence of the forests of the locals in the buffer area of the tiger project, Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Jan Forest Development Scheme is being implemented.In the villages included in the scheme, efforts are made to reduce human wildlife conflict while increasing the productivity of people, water, land and forest.In this, alternative employment opportunities are being developed while providing infrastructure to the locals.
It is now known that the number of tigers has increased to about 5-7. It is also said that the first three states include Karnataka, Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh respectively.