24 Jan

Extreme Wildlife Radio Interview with Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program Executive Director, Dr. Tom McCarthy


Earlier this week, Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program Executive Director, Dr. Tom McCarthy, was interviewed on Extreme Wildlife Radio – an online, Texas-based radio program that highlights the state of some of the world’s most endangered species.

Listen to Dr. McCarthy’s interview below to learn about the state of the elusive snow leopard, the main threats to the species’ survival, what is being done today by Panthera to conserve the snow leopard, snow leopard is found, what it’s primary prey base is, the snow leopard’s unique characteristics compared to other wild cats, and other facts about ‘Asia’s Mountain Ghost.’

Or listen to the episode on Blog Talk Radio.

Extreme Wildlife Radio is hosted by Terri Werner and Chester Moore, who has hosted his own radio program, ‘Moore Outdoors,’ on Newstalk AM 560 KLVI for 13 years and serves as Executive Editor of Texas Fish and Game Magazine. Previous guests include Senior Wildlife Biologist at the National Wildlife Federation Dr. Sterling Miller; Texas Parks and Wildlife Regional Director, Craig Bonds; Senior Director of Western Wildlife Conservation with the National Wildlife Federation, Tom France; and others.

Visit Extreme Wildlife Radio’s Blog Talk Radio page.

Visit Extreme Wildlife Radio’s website.

Learn about Panthera’s Snow Leopard Conservation Program

Learn about the snow leopard.