Prime Minister Narendra Modi will release the results of the fourth cycle of All India Tiger Estimation for the year 2018 on Monday in Delhi.
The latest count of tigers’ in the country is believed to be the world’s largest wildlife survey exercise conducted, in terms of coverage, the intensity of sampling and quantum of camera trapping.
The tiger census data, along with a report evaluating the effectiveness of tiger reserves, will be published on July 29, which happens to be the International Tiger Day.
The All India Tiger Estimation is conducted in every four years. Three cycles of the estimation have already been completed in 2006, 2010 and 2014.
Around Rs 10.22 crore were allocated by the government to conduct the fourth cycle of All India Tiger Estimation.