International Tiger Day 2019: How the tiger population grew to nearly 3,000 in India Those tasked with tracking the tiger population are finding more effective ways to complete the arduous feat. Endangered tiger numbers have nearly doubled in Parsa Wildlife Reserve in Nepal in just three years, thanks to conservation efforts led by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation, supported by the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) and the Zoological Society of London (ZSL). A recent study of Nepal tiger populations (Thapa et al., 2018) shows tigers from Chitwan to be distinct from tigers of western Terai. Nepalâs tiger population nearly doubles due to wildlife conservation efforts. The tiger population in the Terai of Nepal is split into three isolated subpopulations that are separated by cultivation and densely settled habitat. Call us: +977 9865354060 Email: email@example.com Published: June 26, 2016 6:49 pm On: Nepal. The Government of Nepal announced that the countryâs wild tiger population has nearly doubled since 2009. Rastriya Samachar Samiti. Written by: Kimberly White. An estimated 3,900 tigers remain in the wild, but much more work is needed to protect this species if we are to secure its future in the wild. The Valmiki tiger population and its tiger habitat is continuous with Chitwan National Park and Parsa Wildlife Sanctuary. A declaration was made that the tiger populated countries had vowed to double the tiger population by 2020. World tiger population grows but SE Asia threats 'critical': WWF India now has around 3,000 tigers in the wild, compared to 1,411 in 2006 when a nationwide survey was first conducted Roaring success as tiger population rises in Nepal. Royal Bengal tiger population increasing in Nepal. Notably, the tiger range countries include Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Russia, Thailand and Vietnam. > Royal Bengal tiger population increasing in Nepal. When tiger census was conducted last year, keeping Nepal ahead of other countries with big cat species in doubling their population by 2022, Bardiya National Park had recorded impressive growth in tiger numbers, taking the individual tiger count to 87 from 50 in 2013. The largest population lives in Chitwan National Park and in the adjacent Parsa National Park encompassing an area of 2,543 km 2 (982 sq mi) of prime lowland forest. According to results from the countryâs most recent tiger survey, there are now an estimated 235 wild tigers, nearly twice the number of tigers counted in 2009. January 21, 2019 in Environment. The result was because of the intensified tiger conservation efforts. In an amazing show of progress for wildlife, Nepal is on track to become the first of the worldâs countries to double its wild tiger population since 2010. Share Now: Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan, as part of the WWF)âTx2â programme which aims to double the number of tigers all over the world. Based on the best available information, tiger populations are stable or increasing in India, Nepal, Bhutan, Russia and China. These results indicate that the tiger population in Nepal has increased by 63% over the past 5 year period (2008-2013) which corresponds with the 50% increase in tiger habitat occupancy in Nepal TAL. The number of tigers roaming Nepalâs southern region has doubled since the country signed the 2010 Tiger Conservation Plan.