Project Conservation is currently focused on tiger conservation in Chitwan National Park, Nepal and the Western Forest Complex in Thailand. Today, Chitwan National Park (CNP) is one of the only places in the world where more tigers exist today than 30 years ago. However, an unforeseen consequence of tiger expansion is an exponential increase in the number of humans killed by tigers around CNP. Human-tiger conflict is one of the most urgent issues related to tiger conservation. In Thailand, biological and ecological studies are ongoing, and with their dedication to tiger conservation, Thailand is the only place in SE Asia where tiger populations are returning.