Weds, Sept 17: Panthera’s CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz Book Presentation at the American Museum of Natural History
On Wednesday, September 17th, at 6:30pm Panthera’s CEO and one of the world's premier wild cat scientists, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, will give a presentation on the state of the elusive jaguar and his latest book, An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar, at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City.
Al Jazeera America Features Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Project, Highlights Threat of Drug Traffickers to Jaguars
A recent Al Jazeera America article featuring Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Project explores how drug traffickers have emerged as a new threat to the world’s highest density of jaguars in the Brazilian Pantanal.
Dozens of media outlets, including the Miami Herald, San Francisco Gate and others, picked up a recent Associated Press story on research out of Panthera's Teton Cougar Project showing cougars are more sociable and less solitary than once thought.
Panthera is excited to announce two new career opportunities in our Communications Department for a Digital Marketing Manager and Copywriter. Based at Panthera’s headquarters in New York City, these positions provide an exciting opportunity to contribute to the critical Communications and Marketing efforts of the world’s leading big cat conservation organization.
Panthera is proud to share that the latest book by Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar, has been published this week.
Panthera is proud to share that the latest book by CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, entitled An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar, will be published on Tuesday, September 2nd.
Scientific American Shares Excerpt from Panthera CEO’s New Book - An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar
Scientific American recently posted an excerpt from Panthera CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz's new book, 'An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar,' scheduled to be published in less than a week on Tuesday, September 2nd.
Two new species were recently recorded in Nepal for the first time by Panthera Kaplan scholar and PhD fellow, Madhu Chetri. Camera trap images captured in May and June of this year identified the Steppe polecat, a relative of the black-footed ferret, and the Tibetan or Himalayan wolf in Nepal’s Annapurna-Manaslu landscape – an area managed by Panthera’s partner, the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC).
National Geographic NewsWatch has just published a new article by Tajikistan Snow Leopard Program Director, Tanya Rosen, on Panthera’s snow leopard conservation work in the central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan.
On Monday, Panthera CEO and one of the world’s leading wild cat scientists, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, was interviewed live on The Diane Rehm Show in Washington, D.C.