14 month-old tiger cub has its eyes set on a deer near the shore in Bandhavgarh National Park, India. This photo and more beautiful tiger photography can be found in Panthera Media Director, Steve Winter's, upcoming National Geographic book, 'Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat.'
Pre-order your copy of 'Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat' (ships in November) and a portion of proceeds will go to Panthera’s Tigers Forever program.
To continue to highlight International Tiger Day, take a moment to read and share Panthera's Tiger Infographic
to raise awareness about the fragile state of the fewer than 3,200 tigers that remain in the wild.
Preliminary density estimates for tigers in southern Sumatra are highest recorded for the island
New York, NY – In time for the third annual International Tiger Day, recent findings from a camera trap survey in Sumatra, Indonesia have uncovered a burgeoning tiger stronghold on an island that typically makes headlines for its rampant loss of forests and wildlife.
Our photo of the day is a handsome cougar in Montana taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter. Did you know that cougars have the largest geographic range of any native terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere? While cougars are adaptable cats, their numbers are declining. Learn how Panthera is working to protect this species through the Teton Cougar Project.
Our photo of the day is an up close and personal view of a wild tiger in Madhya Pradesh, India, taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter, using a remote controlled camera! See how this image was captured in Steve's National Geographic Live Lecture, "Robot vs Tiger." The video includes a portion of Steve's 2011 presentation “On the Trail of the Tiger."
Our photo of the day shows a male jaguar along the bank of the Cuiaba River in the Brazilian Pantanal- the world’s largest wetland that is also home to the highest density of jaguars. Learn more about Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Project.
Our picture of the day shows a curious ocelot passing by a camera trap in Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, taken by Panthera’s Media Director, Steve Winter. Did you know that the ocelot is Latin America's third largest cat? The largest being the jaguar! Learn more about Yasuní National Park and see more of Steve’s beautiful photos in National Geographic's article “Rainforest for Sale." Learn more about the jaguar.
Two beautiful lionesses sparring in East Africa! Although the lion is one of Africa's most iconic animals, few people realize that the species has experienced massive declines in its population across the continent. Learn how Panthera is fighting to protect these magnificent cats throughout their range in Africa through Project Leonardo.
The Weather Channel has launched a new film series entitled Brink featuring the stories of six eco-heroes working to save wildlife, including Panthera's CEO and renowned wild cat scientist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz.
Watch 'A Boy's Promise' to learn about Dr. Rabinowitz, his childhood, and the promise he made to one day be the voice for animals, and how he has carried through on this promise for jaguars by creating Panthera's Jaguar Corridor Initiative.
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Enjoy our photo of the day of an inquisitive leopard, taken in South Luangwa Natl Park, Zambia, by our partner, William Burrard-Lucas using a remote controlled 'BeetleCam' or buggy with a camera on top! See more unique BeetleCam photos of African wildlife. Learn about Panthera's leopard conservation work in South Africa.