Three years ago, WWF launched an ambitious campaign to address the top threats facing wild tigers—poaching, trafficking, habitat loss and human-wildlife conflict. With your support we have been leading efforts across the tiger’s range—and throughout the world—to develop innovative solutions that help protect tigers and increase their numbers in the wild.
Dr. Barney Long, WWF’s director of species protection and Asian species conservation, discusses how tiger recovery in places like Nepal’s Bardia National Park is helping us meet our goal of doubling the number of tigers in the wild by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger.
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