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

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.

Dhaka : Bangladesh Forest Department, 2013
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xiv, 43p. : ill.
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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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Record created: 2015/02/02
Record updated: 2021/07/07