NPR Interview with Panthera CEO Alan Rabinowitz: A Boy And His Jaguar Speak To Children Who Feel Misunderstood
On Sunday, Panthera’s CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, sat down with NPR to discuss the release of his new, illustrated children’s book ‘A Boy and a Jaguar,’ and his life story that helped shape this book.
Press Release: New Global Alliance Commits $80 Million to Save the World's Wild Cats and Their Ecosystems
Commitment Unites Donors from China, India, the United Arab Emirates and the United States to Collectively Provide $80 Million in Cornerstone Funding for Panthera's $200 Million Initiative for Wild Cats
Earth Touch News Network has published an article highlighting Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative – the largest carnivore conservation program in the world, which aims to link core jaguar populations within human landscapes from northern Argentina to Mexico to preserve the genetic integrity of the species. Learn about the jaguar’s range, how Panthera’s scientists are studying the species, and the data that confirms jaguars are using this corridor or ‘feline freeway’.
Panthera is excited to share that the first children’s book written by CEO and wild cat scientist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, entitled A Boy and a Jaguar, was released today and can now be ordered through publishing house Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Panthera is excited to share that the latest book by Panthera’s CEO and jaguar scientist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, entitled An Indomitable Beast: The Remarkable Journey of the Jaguar will be published this Fall on September 2nd. Panthera’s supporters can now use the code 4JAGUAR to get 20% off the price of the book by pre-ordering now through Island Press.
All of us at Panthera would like to say thank you to our supporters for your contributions and Facebook comments and shares supporting wild cats yesterday on Earth Day! We hope you enjoy & share our photo of the day of a beautiful leopard, taken by Panthera's partner photographer, Burrard-Lucas Photography.
Panthera’s CEO & Jaguar Corridor Initiative Featured in National Geographic Extreme Explorer Magazine
This month, National Geographic’s Extreme Explorer Magazine has featured a front-cover article entitled ‘Searching for Jaguars,’ which profiles the Americas’ largest wild cat, Panthera’s CEO and jaguar scientist Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, and Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative. Written for students ranging from grades 6-12, this article follows Dr. Rabinowitz as he tracks and collars jaguars in the Brazilian Pantanal, uncovers data on the jaguar’s home range, threats to its survival and genetic makeup, and works to identify and protect the corridors jaguars use to reproduce, roam and live freely through Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative.
Today is Earth Day - Are you ready to act for wild cats? Read Panthera's 5 wild cat facts and encourage your family & friends to act for wild cats! Consider making a contribution to Panthera on Earth Day as well to support the future of big cats - our planet's ultimate ecosystem guardians. 100% of your donation will go directly to Panthera's field programs, where it matters most, to protect wild cats around the world.
Panthera is excited to share that the first children’s book written by CEO and wild cat scientist, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, entitled A Boy and a Jaguar, will be released on May 6 and can be pre-ordered through publishing house Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.