The Roar Report

22 Apr

Spanish Video: Protecting Mexico’s Jaguars


Yesterday the government of Mexico, Panthera, and its local conservation partners achieved a new victory for the jaguar in Mexico by committing to protect the species throughout the country.

09 Apr

Panthera Remembers Arturo ‘Ben’ Ramos

It is with great sadness that Panthera announces the passing of Arturo Ramos, Panthera’s field technician who worked throughout the country’s Central Belize Jaguar Corridor. Also known as ‘Ben’ to his family and friends, Arturo had worked with Panthera’s Belize Jaguar Team since 2009 through the Jaguar Corridor Initiative.

07 Apr

Protecting the Malayan Tiger

In a newly released video, Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo has highlighted its ten-year, $1 million partnership with Panthera to conserve the endangered Malayan tiger.

06 Apr

CyberTracker Conservation Awards Panthera’s Dr. Mark Elbroch Master Tracker Certificate

We are proud to share that Panthera’s Teton Cougar Project Leader, Dr. Mark Elbroch, has been awarded a Master Tracker Certificate from CyberTracker Conservation – a South African nonprofit organization that promotes the development of global environmental monitoring.

03 Apr

Panthera Launches New Instagram Page

Panthera’s photo database comprises an absolutely stunning collection of tens of thousands of images featuring big cats in the wild, the animals and local people with which they share their homes, threats facing these species, Panthera’s wild cat scientists at work and the gorgeous landscapes that big cats inhabit throughout the world.

02 Apr

Protecting Jaguars in the Pantanal

By Dr. Howard Quigley, Panthera’s Jaguar Program Executive Director

The Brazilian Pantanal is a window into a prehistoric past, where all things are giant. Giant armadillos, anteaters, river otters, anacondas, capybara, and the world’s largest jaguars.

31 Mar

Just Released: Panthera’s March Newsletter


Panthera’s March newsletter has just been released and our top story features a video from the Brazilian Pantanal narrated by Panthera’s Conservation Council Member, Glenn Close, on Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Project. Also highlighted is a Washington Post interview with Panthera’s CEO Dr Rabinowitz on his starring role in the film ‘Tiger Tiger,’ Panthera’s Furs for Life Leopard Project, and new footage out of Gabon indicating lions may be making a comeback in the region.

27 Mar

More Footage Shows Male Lion in Gabon for First Time in 20 Years

Two weeks ago, Panthera and our partners at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology's Pan African Programme: The Cultured Chimpanzee and The Aspinall Foundation issued a press release on the first videos of a lion taken in Gabon in 20 years, in a region where the species was believed by scientists to be “locally extinct.”

26 Mar

The Washington Post Interviews Panthera’s CEO Dr. Rabinowitz on ‘Tiger Tiger’


A new article by The Washington Post features an interview with Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, on his starring role in the documentary film, ‘Tiger Tiger.’ Premiering on the East Coast tonight at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington, D.C.

25 Mar

Video: NatGeo ‘For the Love of Jaguars’ Presentation by Panthera’s CEO Dr. Rabinowitz


Panthera’s CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz recently gave a presentation entitled ‘For the Love of Jaguars’ at National Geographic Live in Washington, D.C. Speaking to a packed house, Dr. Rabinowitz brought viewers into the mysterious world of the elusive jaguar, which ranges from Mexico to Argentina, and described Panthera’s efforts throughout Latin America to conserve this species.