Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, was recently interviewed on Public Radio International’s The World program and BBC’s Midweek Radio 4 and Up All Night Radio 5 programs to discuss his role in the new BBC 2 Natural World documentary, Tiger Island.
Listen to the interviews to learn about Tiger Island, including Dr. Rabinowitz’s investigation of a controversial project in southern Sumatra working to rehabilitate and release ‘conflict tigers’ back into the wild. Hear about what Dr. Rabinowitz discovers while monitoring tigers released back into the wild and find out if this new approach to tiger conservation could put tigers and local villagers in harm’s way or be a tool used to help save the Critically Endangered Sumatran tiger.
- PRI’s The World: ‘A Controversial Wildlife Refuge on Tiger Island’
- BBC's Midweek Radio 4 program
- BBC's Up All Night Radio 5 program
Check back with us to hear when this film will be released in the United States!
Learn more about Tiger Island.
Learn more about the Sumatran tiger.
Learn more about Panthera’s Tigers Forever program.