Panthera has just released our first newsletter of 2015!
Read the January edition to learn about the world premiere of the new film, Tiger Tiger, at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this week, which follows Panthera’s CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz as he searches for tigers in the Sundarbans.
A team of scientists has captured the first ever video of one of the least known and most elusive wild cats on earth – the African golden cat – hunting during daylight in Kibale National Park, Uganda.
A new National Geographic Cat Watch blog post by Panthera Puma Program Leader, Dr. Mark Elbroch, describes the awesome 'fortresses' pumas use to birth and nurse their kittens.
On Tuesday, January 21st, The Government of India released the preliminary report on the 'Status of Tigers in India, 2014'. Panthera and Wildlife Conservation Trust (WCT) congratulate the extraordinary efforts of the National Tiger Conservation Authority and The Government of India in what is an incredible achievement
A new Panthera co-authored publication released by Oryx, the International Journal of Conservation, reports on how predators, like jaguars, and people compete for wild meat in Belize.
A new infographic published by Bloomberg Businessweek profiles the life and career of Panthera’s CEO and wild cat scientist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz.
A new article in the winter issue of The Wildlife Professional, published by The Wildlife Society, discusses ‘Paths to Becoming a Wildlifer,’ including how to make yourself marketable in the field of wildlife conservation and what qualities employers are looking for in a wildlife professional.
Baku Magazine, an international publication produced by Conde Nast, has just released a new article entitled ‘Hear Me Roar’ that profiles the life and career of Panthera’s Chairman, Dr. Thomas S. Kaplan.
Watch a video below taken in May of 2013 of a female puma monitored through Panthera’s Puma Program, known as F61 and her two, rambunctious kittens.
A new NBC article, ‘Beyond 2015: Can World's Most Endangered Wildlife Survive?,’ examines the current state and threats facing some of our planet’s most endangered species - big cats, elephants, rhinos and other wildlife.