Today is International Tiger Day, a day devoted to raising global awareness about the state of the world’s last remaining 3,200 wild tigers.
Check out our infographic to learn about the threats tigers are facing… and what Panthera is doing to protect them.
The June 10 issue of Journal of Applied Ecology included a new study about safeguarding Sumatran tigers through law enforcement patrols and local informant networks. Co-authored by our partners at Flora & Fauna International along with Panthera’s Population Ecologist Dr. Abishek Harihar and Tiger Program Manager Dr. Wai-Ming Wong
Panthera Founder and Chairman Dr. Thomas Kaplan recently spoke at a conference hosted by the Milken Institute about his passion for conservation, what Panthera is doing to protect the world’s most threatened big cats, and how The Global Alliance for Wild Cats is changing the game for wildlife conservation.
Panthera has been selected as the beneficiary charity by Peter F. Heering for their “Here’s To The Tiger” campaign, which celebrates the Singapore Sling’s 100th anniversary.
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.
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.
Read Panthera’s February newsletter to learn about the new commitment made by the government of Colombia and Panthera to protect the jaguars of Latin America and watch video coverage aired by Al Jazeera English on this new development.