WWF is working with tiger range country governments to:
- train & equip rangers,
- develop the latest anti-poaching technology,
- implement conservation standards,
- break trade routes,
- support sustainable livelihoods
The organization and militarization of poaching globally has reached critical levels, threatening not only tigers and other iconic species but also the essential ecosystems in which they live and the territorial security of nations.
There are as few as 3200 wild tigers remaining today. Poaching of tigers and their prey is the most imminent threat to their survival. If we are to achieve the goal of TX2, doubling wild tigers by 2022, we must stop poaching now.