WildLandscapes International is partnering with the University of Florida to develop a science-based reserve design to help safeguard the globally significant biological hotspot of Northeast India, protecting the world’s largest populations of Bengal tigers, Asian elephants, one-horned rhinos, and a stunning bird diversity.

Kaziranga National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the focal point of this project. The reserve design will develop corridors and new protected areas to allow wildlife to migrate in and out of the National Park. Conserving this region is key to the watershed of the mighty Brahmaputra River that drains into the vast mangrove forests of the Sundurbans.

Partners:

 
 Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation

Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation