Just Released: Interview Podcast with Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, on the Steve Scher Weekday Radio Show
Yesterday, Panthera’s CEO and tiger expert, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, was interviewed live on the 94.9 KUOW Steve Scher Weekday Radio Show in Seattle, Washington to discuss the state of the world’s wild tigers, why their numbers are declining, what is needed to save them, and how Panthera is doing this through the Tigers Forever program. Listen to the recording of this interview now at http://bit.ly/GOi0Rs (22:30 minute mark). Also learn about other imperiled big cats around the world and how they can co-exist with humans. More info on the program @ http://bit.ly/GDrod7.
Dr. Rabinowitz also gave the keynote speech at the Seattle Woodland Park Zoo’s Thrive Fundraiser this morning. Click here for more information.
Learn more about Panthera's Tigers Forever program.
Learn more about Panthera's Tiger Corridor Initiative.
Learn more about Panthera's Save the Tiger Fund.
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