TCF wins Silver Award in Best Wildlife Conservation Project, Outlook Awards

Preserving What?s Precious project implemented by The Corbett Foundation and supported by Jet Privilege Pvt. Ltd. won accolades at the Outlook Responsible Tourism Summit and Awards 2020. This landscape-level holistic conservation project, implemented in Bandhavgarh Sanjay Dubri Corridor in Madhya Pradesh, won the Silver Award in Best Wildlife Conservation Project category. Read more about this project in 'Special Initiatives' section.

Coffee-table book released to commemorate 25 years

The Corbett Foundation has published a coffee-table book titled Saving India's Wilderness to commemorate the completion of 25 years! The book is a compendium of essays on various topics of conservation significance by reputed wildlife scientists and conservationists. The book is available for sale on

TCF wins THT Strategic Partnership Grant 2020

The Corbett Foundation is humbled and honoured to be the recipient of The Habitats Trust Strategic Partnership Grant 2020. We thank The Habitats Trust for believing in our grassroots conservation work in the Great Indian Bustard landscape of Kutch, Gujarat from hundreds of other applications.

Integrated Rural Development Programme

With the support of National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), TCF has embarked on a 3-year project to bring about a holistic development in 15 villages in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra. The project stands on four pillars - environmental sustainability, water conservation, sustainable livelihoods and education-awareness.

Supreme Court order on bustard conservation

On April 19, 2021, Honorable Supreme Court of India passed a landmark order to place underground the power lines that pass through identified Great Indian Bustard (GIB) habitats in Rajasthan and Gujarat within one year.



  • Corbett Tiger Reserve

    Corbett Tiger Reserve is spread over the districts of Nainital and Pauri in Uttarakhand. Named after the legendary English hunter-turned-conservationist Jim Corbett, it covers an area of approximately 1,318 sq. kilometers. Corbett was the first National Park to be established in mainland Asia in 1936. This tiger haven is one of the last few remaining stretches of pristine sub-Himalayan wildernesses.
  • Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

    Located in the Vindhya hills, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh is one of the world's most crucial tiger habitats. Initially the hunting ground for the rulers of Rewa, Bandhavgarh was declared a National Park in 1968 and covers approximately 450 sq. kilometers of dense forests.
  • Kanha Tiger Reserve

    Kanha is the only remaining home of the endangered Hardground Barasingha, a subspecies of Swamp Deer. This bountiful reserve covers an area of approximately 1940 sq. kilometers. Covered in dense sal and thick bamboo trees, Kanha is the largest National Park in Madhya Pradesh and has a rich faunal diversity.
  • Greater Rann of Kutch

    The district of Kutch in Gujarat covers an area of approximately 45,000 sq. kilometers. The region has a rich natural inheritance of wildlife and is home to a number of endangered species, including the iconic Great Indian Bustard. Although some of the coastal districts like Abdasa are remote, in the past couple of years, they have been facing an increasing loss of wilderness areas because of anthropogenic pressure.
  • Pakke Tiger Reserve

    Pakke Tiger Reserve is located on the foothills of the Himalaya in the east Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Spread across approximately 862 sq. kilometers, Pakke is home to four species of hornbill – the Oriental Pied, Wreathed, Rufous-necked and Great Indian Hornbill, and at least 40 mammal species including the Clouded Leopard, Leopard Cat, and Asiatic Black Bear.
  • Kaziranga Tiger Reserve

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park lies in the picturesque Golaghat and Nagaon districs of Assam. It is spread across approximately 430 sq. kilometers on the southern bank of the Brahmaputra. It is home to the Greater One-horned Rhinoceros, and also supports a high density of Asian Buffalos, Asiatic Elephants and Swamp Deer.
  • Pench Tiger Reserve

    Pench National Park derives its name from the Pench river that surges through it. Located in the Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh and Nagpur district in Maharashtra, Pench covers an area of about 758 sq. kilometers. Popularly known as 'Mowgli Land', Pench's lush forests are believed have inspired Rudyard Kipling to write 'The Jungle Book'.
  • Admin. Office Mumbai

    TCF's Administrative office is located in Nariman Point in Mumbai. If you're interested in our work, or would like to know more, write to us at