Case studies
Vidiyal Vanapathukappu Sangam – Participatory Forest Management in India

In 2004, the Forest Department of Kerala had succeeded in the arrest of 23 wildlife poachers.

Friends of the Amur Falcon

In 2013 the Nagaland Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation Trust (NWBCT) initiated their ‘Friends of the Amur Falcon’ campaign.

The Whale Shark Conservation Project

The Whale Shark Conservation Project began in 2004, led by the Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) in a joint venture with the Gujarat Forest Department and Tata Chemicals Ltd.

Mapping of poaching communities, understanding customs and providing livelihood to buy conservation support

The project was implemented by WWF India to work specifically with people from the Mogiya caste, who are involved in hunting and collection of ethnobotanical plants from forest areas.

Resources

General resources

Saving tigers, killing people
Successful rhino conservation continues in West Bengal, India
A message from Kaziranga for World Rhino Day