Overall, badly. Instead of the 25,000–50,000 that should be living in the wild, we're urged to "celebrate" a miserable 5,000 with annoying frequency
The science of surveying these elusive cats has advanced dramatically, but conservation agencies lag behind
Wildlife Conservation Society researcher Ullas Karanth talks about his July, 2016, Scientific American article on state-of-the-art techniques for tracking tigers and estimating their populations and habitat health.
Editor’s Note: “Along the Tiger’s Trail” is a series about the efforts to monitor tigers and their prey in the Malenad landscape in southwestern India that harbors one of the world's largest population of wild tigers.