We apply rigorous field-based science to save wildlife and wild lands and use science to plan, implement and measure the successes of our conservation projects.


We believe that ‘conservation’ must involve a commitment to preserving species and landscapes and inspire people to care deeply and act effectively.


We build local capacity by training scientists who study wildlife, professionals who manage wild lands, inspiring youth and village communities who live next to wildlife.


Wildlife Conservation Society-India has combined cutting-edge research on tigers and other wildlife, with national capacity building and, effective site-based conservation through constructive collaborations with governmental and non-governmental partners. Uncompromisingly committed to wildlife conservation, WCS-India inspires and nurtures positive attitudes towards nature in people through its scientific and conservation endeavors.

Over the last 25 years, WCS India has achieved many conservation milestones.
New Publications: Karanth et al. discuss the utility of tiger population monitoring in managing human-tiger conflict and and Muthanna et al. provide insights on the initiation of voluntary resettlement of people from tiger habitats. Click on Whats New for the Articles.
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