The 4 year Indian tiger count begins this year
The national tiger count, which takes place once after every four years to estimate the total number of tigers in India, began this year with a two-day training program attended by wildlife experts and conservationists who will be embarking on the three-month survey. With the highest number of tigers as recorded in the last census in 2018, the state of Madhya Pradesh is set to embark on a three-month-long survey to count all the tigers in India. Along with this, emphasis is being laid on the counting of carnivorous and herbivorous wild animals in a phased manner in various forest divisions, apart from the tiger reserves. More on this post can be seen by following the link below.