Tracking the Tiger

According to 2018 estimates, India has only 2,967 tigers.Have you ever wondered how does one count tigers? What systems and mechanisms are used? How reliable are the numbers that are finally estimated and released? Most importantly, why do we count tigers?

We invite children and teachers to a special Young Environmentalist MasterClass on the subject of counting of tigers with one of India’s foremost wildlife experts, Qamar Qureshi of the Wildlife Institute of India

To register, please follow these instructions:

Click on the register button on this page. It will take you to a zoom registration form.

Fill in the form and click on submit. Please make sure to fill in the details correctly. Wrong details would mean you may not receive a confirmation to attend this MasterClass.

You will receive an email from Young Environmentalist confirming your registration. The email will contain the link which you have to click on the given date and time (July 3) to enter the meeting room

This Zoom link is unique to you. Please do not share it with anyone.

As we have limited seats for this meeting and as seats will be filled up on a first come first served basis, on the day of the meeting, please click on the link at 10.50 AM and wait for us to let you in.

In case the meeting is full, you can watch the streaming here:

If you have any questions, please write to
Sukanya Nair of CSE