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TIGERS FOREVER


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PANTHERA www.panthera.org ENSURING TIGERS LIVE IN THE WILD FOREVER SELECTED KEY RESULTS


Indonesia • In collaboration with Gunung Leuser National Park, 2007-2009 occupancy surveys of 27,000km2 in the Leuser Ecosystem indicated 62% of the landscape was occupied by approximately 100 tigers.


IMPACTS, • Since 2007, eight tiger poachers and traders have been arrested.


• Conflict Response Units have responded to over 90% of reported conflicts and reduced known tiger deaths and/or captures by 62% between 2007 and 2009.


Malaysia • A robust index of relative prey abundance was determined between 2008-2009 in Endau Rompin (ER). In 2010, a tiger population estimate was established for the northern half of ER.


• The Government of Johor committed finances for ten years and has allocated six permanent staff to support TF efforts.


• The Government placed a ban on all commercial hunting, including tiger prey species, throughout all of Johor, and not one hunting license has been issued since April 2008.


Lao PDR • The Nam Et Phou Louey (NEPL) TF landscape could ultimately support up to 50 breeding females, with a population of approximately 150 tigers.


• Due to monitoring under TF, NEPL is now a model for tiger and prey conservation in Lao PDR and is the only confirmed breeding tiger population in Cambodia, Vietnam and Lao PDR.


• Extensive law enforcement covers 2,000km2 of the core area. In 2007, because of TF, the first arrest in the history of wildlife enforcement in Lao PDR was made of a poacher apprehended by NEPL park staff.


OUTCOMES, e.g. POACHING LEVELS e.g. TIGER POPULATIONS © Nick Garbutt www.nickgarbutt.com


OUTPUTS, e.g. NUMBER OF PATROLS TIME TO SEE AN IMPACT


Measuring impacts is a key component of the Tigers Forever strategy. In order to determine if our interventions are reducing threats and ultimately increasing tigers and their prey, monitoring has to occur at all three levels – from interventions, to addressing threats, to achieving conservation targets.


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LEVEL OF CONFIDENCE


PARTNER PSA


COSTS OF MEASURING CHANGE


INTERVENTIONS


THREATS


CONSERVATION


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