Our 360° Approach

Six hundred rivers originate from, or are fed by, the tiger-bearing forests of India, making these habitats crucial to our water security. With several million people living in and around forests, we cannot separate communities from conservation. Recognising this, WCT has adopted a 360° approach to conservation by focusing equally on wildlife protection and community development.

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GUARD DIARIES: Battling Forest Fires

They scale forested hills, scamper down steep rocky slopes, slip over wet rocks, grasp tree trunks to regain their balance, and continue their patrol. India’s forest guards trudge through treacherous terrain while out... Read More

In Praise of the Ghost Tree

Like a mythical pale-and-smooth-skinned danseuse, with many arms outstretched, frozen in a mudra, is a tree that stands out against the scaly, warty and fissured barks of the brown-skinned denizens of India’s deciduous... Read More

World Wildlife Day 2019 – Life below water

When we talk about Protected Areas, what comes to your mind? For most people, it is India’s jungles that support innumerable protected species of wildlife, such as tigers, elephants, rhinos, pangolins, bears, owls,... Read More

Wildlife Week – We Are All In This Together

Tigers and deer, forests and rivers, water and people: We’re all in it together! Conserving forests for charismatic umbrella species like big cats helps preserve the riches of fully-functioning ecosystems, on which, like... Read More

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