Deep in Bhutan's largest and most biodiverse national parks, a woman softly treads the undergrowth. Her backpack, weighed with the day's supplies, tugs on the green camouflage of her weathered uniform. She knows this landscape, and the hidden dangers it possesses, like the back of her hand. Once she thought she was going to die here. Now she is more fearless than ever. This is Singye, Tiger Protector. One of only a few female forestry officers in Bhutan, 31-year-old Singye leads a team of 30 male rangers, and spends weeks at a time in the field protecting the wild tigers of Royal Manas National Park.