“Writing Blogs” is NOT “wasting TIME”. It is because a blog is or blogs are being written that common opinion is being mobilized. We have suggested a few “things to do” in some comments over the past few days, and in a post “What to do?” dated 13-Feb-2010. We will frequently add more “things to do”. It will be an ongoing activity.
No single group or team can do all the work. So, a website or a blog is useful to foster many such groups. If you have money to spare, instead of giving it away or spending on luxuries, form your own conservation society. Follow the “things to do” tag for ideas on direct or indirect activities to save tigers.
We will succeed. हम होंगे कामयाब!
Please see the post “What to do?” for ideas to save tigers and save ecosystem.
LOL! We too don’t have tigers. Our countries dense forests have the tigers and they are on the brink of extinction because the much needed forest cover is fast depleting. So, we have have to work directly and indirectly to increase the forest cover. Keep reading our posts for ideas on things to do.
Like we suggested in a post – let’s plant trees and plant lots and lots of them. Start from the edge of the jungles towards habitations. You can form teams and also assist the local forest rangers in their afforestation efforts. We have personally seen the positive effects of afforestation in areas as small as 10 square kilometers, so much so that the forested patches would get rain while the deforested surroundings remained dry.
Looks like a good idea! Make economic war. Stop using Chinese products (which are cheap and bad quality anyways) until they stop tiger trafficking. This could be a strategic indirect action which all people can do voluntarily.
National parks and wild life sanctuaries are not zoo’s where we control everything in a small enclosed space. The national parks and sanctuaries are vast open spaces where the wild animals live in natural conditions. The protection is in the form of restriction of human activity. In exceptional cases the forest department does monitor and induce water logging before the approach of summer. As written elsewhere on this blog and said by all conservationists, the only way the situation can be redeemed is by increasing the forest cover.