Enjoy this beautiful photo of the day of two lionesses greeting one another in Kenya's Maasai Mara, courtesy of Panthera’s Senior Marketing Advisor, Nina Siemiatkowski. Learn about the plight of the African lion and how YOU can Let Lions Live @ http://www.panthera.org/let-lions-live
Check out our awesome photo of the day of a curious leopard inspecting a camera trap in South Africa's Ithala Game Reserve! This pic was taken through Panthera's KwaZulu-Natal Leopard Monitoring Project, carried out in collaboration with Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife, iSimangaliso Park Authority and Wildlife ACT. Read up on how Panthera's work in South Africa helped rewrite conservation policy to ensure the long-term future of leopards in this region @ http://bit.ly/1mIRXV3
Cool new BeetleCam pic of a lion cub, courtesy of Panthera's partner photographer, Burrard-Lucas Photography!
Follow William Burrard-Lucas on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/BLphotography to see more great (and up close) lion and wildlife pics. And read up on how Panthera is working to save lions like this across Africa @ http://bit.ly/1bz0WPg
Check out Panthera's photo of the day taken at a Shembe festival in South Africa by Steve Winter Photography. Today, leopard skins are in increasing demand among members of South Africa’s Shembe Baptist Church, whose followers wear leopard furs during religious celebrations. To reduce the hunting of leopards and the high demand for real leopard skins among the Shembe community, Panthera's Leopard Program Coordinator, Tristan Dickerson, worked with digital designers and clothing companies in China to create a high-quality, affordable and realistic fake leopard skin. This fake leopard skin fabric is being produced in China and shipped to South Africa where the garments are manufactured into capes. Learn more about these capes and Panthera's Furs For Life Leopard Project.
Check out our photo of the day of a curious leopard cub in South Africa's Ithala Game Reserve, taken through Panthera's KwaZulu-Natal Leopard Monitoring Project carried out in collaboration with Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife, iSimangaliso Park Authority and Wildlife ACT. Did you know you can volunteer for this project by joining the Wildlife ACT team, who are responsible for looking after our camera traps in the field? Learn more about volunteering at www.wildlifeact.com . Also learn how Panthera's work helped rewrite conservation policy to ensure the long-term future of leopards in this region through the Munyawana Leopard Project.
What's better - spots or stripes? Panthera's beautiful photo of the day features both - a cheetah, zebra and wildebeest on the African plains. Thanks to Panthera supporter, photographer and wildlife lover, Adam Rubin, for this and other stunning wildlife pics from Africa that help highlight Panthera's big cat conservation work throughout the continent. Learn more about Panthera's Project Leonardo