13 Feb

‘Lost Land of the Tiger’ Program Featuring Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, Posted on National Geographic’s Website


In 2010, nearly 5 million viewers in the UK tuned in to watch the exciting BBC expedition – Lost Land of the Tiger – which resulted in video footage of tigers potentially breeding at the highest elevation ever recorded in Bhutan – approximately 13,500 feet. In 2011, the three-part series finally came to the United States via National Geographic WILD. We’re now excited to share that a condensed, 45 minute segment of the three-part documentary series has been posted on National Geographic’s website.

Watch the program now to follow Panthera’s CEO and tiger expert, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, and a team of scientists as they search for tigers in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan.

Visit Panthera’s Lost Land of the Tiger page to learn more about the program, see related news coverage and behind the scenes photos, and much more.

Learn how Panthera is helping to save the world's remaining 3,200 tigers through the Tigers Forever programSave the Tiger Fund and Tiger Corridor Initiative.