WILD LIFE CONSERVATION

We respect national integrity and have taken several efforts to conserve our national animal. Our renovation services in national reserve include reconstruction of forest office in Anaimalai tiger forest, rest houses for staff to stay in the forest, and container houses for the forest guards for anti-poaching camp. We ensure the surroundings are well equipped by involving in activities like purchasing tractors for maintaining and delivering water to the manmade waterholes to ensure continuous water supply to animals in all seasons.

TIGER CONSERVATION

We respect national integrity and have taken several efforts to conserve our national animal. Our renovation services in national reserve include reconstruction of forest office in Anaimalai tiger forest, rest houses for staff to stay in the forest, and container houses for the forest guards for anti poaching camp. We ensure the surroundings are well equipped by involving in activities like purchasing tractors for maintaining and delivering water to the manmade waterholes to ensure continuous water supply to animals in all seasons.

PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION

Our contributions directly aid in the conservation efforts of the Anamalai Tiger Reserve through infrastructure upgrades and amends.

RESTORATION AND RENOVATION

Our contributions directly aid in the conservation efforts of the Anamalai Tiger Reserve through infrastructure upgrades and amends.

REPLENISHING THE RESERVE

Though our endeavor may be classified under saving tigers, our involvement extends to wildlife conservation as a whole with our assistance in recharging water sources in the reserve.

REPLENISHING THE RESERVE

Though our endeavor may be classified under saving tigers, our involvement extends to wildlife conservation as a whole with our assistance in recharging water sources in the reserve.

SAVING THE STRIPES

INDIA ACCOUNTS FOR 75% OF THE WORLD’S TIGER POPULATION.

30 OF THE 2,967 (APPROX.) TIGERS OF THE COUNTRY ARE IN ANAMALAI TIGER RESERVE.

ANAMALAI TIGER RESERVE IS ONE OF THE 52 TIGER RESERVES IN INDIA.

INDIA IS STRIVING TO INCREASE THE TIGER
POPULATION AROUND 4000 BY 2033.

GLIMPSES OF OUR WORK