India is country of magnificent, beautiful Tiger. Tiger habitats exist in environments of thousands of indigenous communities. Today, Indian wildlife especially Tigers and their habitat are rapidly dwindling and the environment is being increasingly degraded by human activities. Prevention of wildlife and environmental degradation must become a part of our lives; otherwise we may perhaps lose the chance to revive it forever.

We can save it by raising conservation awareness because conservation education is totally lacking in rural area of India. It is virtually impossible to expect people to change their attitudes towards forest and wildlife when they do not understand the conservation issues at stake. Their appreciation and participation towards wildlife and environment conservation for long term can be achieved by improving their socio-economy. Thus the public awareness with socio-economic development is a critical need to protect the rights of wildlife and indigenous community which help to mitigate and prevent human –wildlife conflict.

Dr. Pradnya Giradkar, Ph.D. in Wildlife Biology and Conservation, founded Wildlife Conservation and Rural Development Society (WCRDS) in October 2, 2008, which is registered in January 19, 2010. She is Wildlife Conservationist and Wildlife artist as well as several National and International award recipient for Wildlife and Community Conservation. Wildlife conservation and Rural Development Society (WCRDS) is non-profit Organization of India, located at Umred town in Nagpur district of Maharashtra state, India.

There are other organizations working in the India to protect wildlife but WCRDS's efforts are focused on raising wildlife and environment conservation awareness and educating the children, teachers, farmers and indigenous people (Photo Gallary-1) to enable them to learn the importance of Wildlife and Environment Conservation and improve the Socio-Economy of indigenous people through various trainings i.e. Sericulture, horticulture and bee faming (Photo Gallary-2) for long term conservation.