Jaguar

25 Oct

Panthera’s Jaguar Conservation Work in Colombia Mentioned on The New York Times’ Dot Earth Blog

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The development of Colombia’s ‘llanos’ and Panthera’s jaguar conservation work in Colombia were recently mentioned in The New York Times' Dot Earth blog “postcard,” written by Mongabay.com founder, Rhett Butler, whose website tracks issues impacting conservation of forests and the world’s biodiversity.

13 Oct

Oct. 13-19: Re-airing of ‘A Voice for the Animals’ Featuring Panthera CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz

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Now through Wednesday, October 19th, Panthera CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz’s interview on American Public Radio’s On Being program (formerly the Speaking of Faith program) will re-air across the country on over 240 public radio stations. Download the interview podcast or stream it to hear Dr.

11 Oct

Panthera CEO Dr. Alan Rabinowitz Receives Lifetime Achievement Award at Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival

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Panthera is proud to share that Dr. Alan Rabinowitz has just received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Conservation at the prestigious Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  This award recognizes Dr. Rabinowitz’s decades of tireless work to survey the world’s last wild places, with the goal of preserving wild habitats for some of the world’s most endangered mammals – including tigers and jaguars.

06 Oct

‘The Rupununi Roars’ Blog Post by Panthera Grantee Dr. Evi Paemelaere

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Today, we bring you a blog post written by Panthera grantee and wildlife scientist Dr. Evi Paemelaere, who is currently carrying out a project to learn more about the presence and distribution of jaguars in the Rupununi region of Guyana. Read the post to learn about Evi’s excursions into the field to set up camera traps and see photos of the incredible wildlife captured on film, including Evi’s first camera trap photo of a healthy and very well-fed jaguar and ocelots, black curassows, tapirs, capybaras, agoutis, coatis, bats, and other animals whose names you may or may not recognize.

30 Sep

'The Rupununi Report’ Blog Series by Panthera Grantee Dr. Evi Paemelaere

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We are excited to share that Panthera grantee and wildlife biologist, Dr. Evi Paemelaere, is now sharing stories about her research on jaguars in the Rupununi region of central Guyana through ‘The Rupununi Report’ blog series, hosted on the Adventures in Climate Change website. Learn about the incredible experiences Evi has had in the field and the wildlife she has encountered (pictures included!) while researching the presence and distribution of jaguars in this region, as part of Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative.

26 Sep

Oct 5: TEDx Lecture by Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Coordinator, Dr. Esteban Payán Garrido

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Panthera’s Corridor Coordinator for our Northern South America Program, Dr. Esteban Payán Garrido, has been invited to speak at this year’s TEDx conference in Panama City, Panama on October 5th. Dr. Payán will present a lecture entitled “Un jaguar por tu vida” or “A Jaguar for Your Life” in which he will discuss the concept of the Jaguar Corridor, which Panthera is implementing through the Jaguar Corridor Initiative.

20 Sep

Smithsonian: ‘The Jaguar Freeway’

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Smithsonian Magazine has just released its October edition featuring Panthera’s Jaguar Corridor Initiative and Pantanal Jaguar Project in the magazine’s cover story, ‘The Jaguar Freeway.’ Written by Sharon Guynup, this article paints a beautiful picture of the incredible flora and fauna of the Brazilian Pantanal - home to the world’s highest density of jaguars - and discusses Panthera’s work to protect this iconic wild cat. Learn how the jaguar has been woven into Central and South American cultures and religions for centuries, its survival through the 1960s/70s global jaguar pelt trade, and how it is being protected with the help of scientists like Panthera CEO Dr.

19 Sep

September 19, 2011 – Wild Cat Conservation News

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In order to provide Panthera’s community of wild cat enthusiasts with the most comprehensive and up to date news about issues and events within the wild cat conservation field, we are launching a new, daily ‘Wild Cat Conservation News’ blog series. Each day, we will aggregate and share a summary of the most relevant and breaking news impacting the 37 species of wild cats around the world.

15 Sep

Cat Tales: Encountering a Jaguar at Night

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Posted by Dr. Luke Hunter

Panthera is always on the lookout for interesting stories to share from our scientists, researchers, and partners to document their favorite encounters with big cats in the wild. Read Panthera President Dr. Luke Hunter's tale of encountering a jaguar at night in Costa Rica's Corcovado National Park, equipped with nothing more than a pair of shorts and a Maglite flashlight.

13 Sep

“Rare Find” Chosen as Name for the ‘Panthera Jaguar’ Coffee Made by Rogers Family Company

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Panthera and Rogers Family Company are excited to announce that ‘Rare Find’ was selected as the winning name for the ‘Panthera Jaguar’ coffee blend in the Rogers Family Company's "Organic Coffee Co" brand lineup. Recently, Panthera and Rogers Family Company held a ‘Name the Panthera Jaguar Coffee’ contest on their Facebook pages. Four names submitted by fans were chosen as the finalists, after which a voting period was held. The three runner-ups include “Uproar,” “Spot On,” and “Jaguar Java.” We would like to extend a warm ‘Congratulations’ to all of the winners! Click here for prize details.