Report is published on international tiger day 29 July.
there are 2967 tigers present in India. In 4 year 33% increased.
India has 75% of global tiger population.
Maximum tigers in Madhya Pradesh (526),Karnataka (524) and then Uttarakhand (442).
In five years, the number of protected areas increased from 692 to over 860.
community reserves increased from 43 to more than 100
During 2006 census there were 1,411 tigers in the country,
In 2010 census it was 1706,
in 2014 census it was 2,226 now in 2019 it is 2967.
Pench Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh recorded the highest number of tigers.
Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve in Tamil Nadu registered the “maximum improvement” since 2014.
Chhattisgarh and Mizoram saw a decline in their tiger numbers while tiger numbers in Odisha remained constant. All other states witnessed a positive trend.