Tiger Conservation & Research Center

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TIGER CONSERVATION & RESEARCH CENTER
  • Prasad Hiray
    President
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ABOUT TCRC

At the outset we would like to introduce ourselves as the promoters and participants of a movement called “Tiger Conservation & Research Centre”.As the name suggests, we are a Non-profit & Non-Government Organization, involved in Conservation Activities in India. We are committed to conservation of Wild Fauna & Flora. Among varied work, such as data collection & organizing data (mapping data, census work, tagging and monitoring migrations, record keeping), raising awareness, making strategic decisions, organizing local groups, we are also playing a major role in mitigation of conflict between man & wildlife.

Though, we have our headquarters at Mumbai, we have also established outspots of this organization in various other districts, such as Nasik,Dhule,Jalgaon,Kolhapur,and Pune. Many wild-lifers have been roped in this effort for the work protection of Wildlife & its habitat. We have also been interacting closely with Government Agencies ,such as National Tiger Conservation Authority of India, National Wildlife Board, State Wildlife Board, in addition to the Forest Department. We have been instrumental in drawing attention to various issue of great importance for the protection of India’s Forests. We have also been involved in rescue of captured or wounded animals. Some of us dedicated their lives for rehabilitating such birds, reptiles & small Mammals. We are carrying out many research activities and have been regularly publishing many papers on National & International Forums.

President
Prasad Hiray

Activities

  • Every year we arrange motor bike rally to spread the awareness about conservation of wild life.
  • Street play to demonstrate the importance of wild life.
  • Rescue of captured and wounded animals.
  • Visit to different wild life sanctuaries.
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