Generic guidelines for preparation of security plan for tiger reserves

Generic guidelines for preparation of security plan for tiger reserves This document by the National Tiger Conservation Authority attempts to provide a roadmap at recognising and evaluating threats to any Tiger Reserve and formulating an appropriate response to such threats.
Today, every living wild tiger is under threat, irrespective of where it is found. While the degrees of such threat may vary, the fact is any tiger bearing area must be considered as vulnerable to external threats. Species such as the leopard, elephant or rhino which are prized in the illegal wildlife trade or other prey such as spotted deer, Sambar and wild boar usually associated with tiger landscapes also add to the threat of poaching. This document attempts to provide a roadmap at recognising and evaluating threats to any Tiger Reserve and formulating an appropriate response to such threats.