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Preserving what's Precious / Tiger & Corridor Conservation

Preserving what's Precious
Preserving what's Precious
Preserving what's Precious
Preserving what's Precious
Preserving what's Precious
Preserving what's Precious
Preserving what's Precious

Corridors connecting the protected tiger reserves are lifelines to allow gene-flow between wild populations, to maintain biodiversity and tiger habitats. Unfortunately they suffer immense anthropogenic pressure due to excessive land-use by local communities. The project focused on conservation of tiger and associated species by preserving the corridor between Bandhavgarh and Sanjay Dubri tiger reserves in Central India through long-term measures. Restoration of identified degraded forest areas, curbing accidental deaths, water availability using solar pumps and alternate livelihoods to reduce community dependence on forests being the pivotal.

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The Corbett Foundation

The Corbett Foundation
Mumbai, India

Design

The Corbett Foundation

The Corbett Foundation
Mumbai, India