Pilot national program (PNP) for tiger conservation in Bangladesh

Complete Title: 
Pilot national program (PNP) for tiger conservation in Bangladesh
IUCN Publication
Abstract: 

Tiger populations worldwide are in tremendous pressure of extinction. Bangladesh, harboring one of the largest remaining populations of wild tigers in the vast areas of Sundarban mangrove forest, has therefore a great responsibility to protect this beautiful creature. This Pilot National Program for Tiger Conservation in Bangladesh was developed to define specific goals, strategies and action steps for the next 3-5 years that support achieving the objectives set forth in the Bangladesh National Tiger Recovery Program, formulated out of the International Tiger Forum held in November 2010.

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Dhaka : Bangladesh Forest Department, 2013
Physical Description: 
xiv, 43p. : ill.
Publication Year: 
2013
ISBN: 
948-984-33-6115-8
Notes: 

This pilot national program (PNP) came out of a two-day workshop jointly sponsored by the Bangladesh Forest Department, IUCN, Global Tiger Initiative and the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Dhaka from 18-19 March 2013. 

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English
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