While working on assignment with Panthera, wildlife photographer Sebastian Kennerknecht recently took this stunning photo of a Bay Cat in Borneo. This image serves as the 1st high resolution photo taken of one of the world’s least-known & most endangered wild cats! Learn about the elusive Bay Cat & Panthera's work to conserve it @ http://bit.ly/1aJZYCA. Also check out a LiveScience article @ http://bit.ly/KHQKfZ & Discovery News article on this work @ http://bit.ly/KLtRbs. Don't miss the LiveScience gallery of Bay Cat images @ http://bit.ly/1mtzKqe!
Panthera's photo of the day shows a gorgeous leopard in Kafue National Park - the largest protected area in the southern African nation of Zambia & one of the most important national parks in Africa. Learn about Panthera's partnership with PUMA & Wilderness Safaris to protect big cats in this critical conservation area @ http://bit.ly/1fb4rlU.
What do you want to be when you grow up? How about a big cat conservationist?! Last week, Panthera's VP Andrea Heydlauff (@aheydlauff) spoke to 200 kids at the Tuxedo Park School about the story of saving cats - why they are threatened, what Panthera is doing about it, and what they could do too, now and in the future. Read what Colleen Schilly, the Primary School Division Head, had to say about it here: http://cmschilly.com/. Want to know more about Panthera's VP? Read this great interview by Julia Worcester in Sanctuary Magazine: http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/people/interviews/9044-meet-andrea-heydlauff.html
Check out cool photos like this one taken by William Burrard-Lucas using a remote controlled 'BeetleCam' or buggy with a camera on top at http://www.burrard-lucas.com/beetlecam and https://www.facebook.com/BeetleCam?directed_target_id=0
Enjoy our photo of the day of an inquisitive leopard inspecting a camera trap in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, taken by Panthera’s partner photographer, William Burrard-Lucas. Check out cool photos taken by Burrard-Lucas using a remote controlled 'BeetleCam' or buggy with a camera on top at http://www.burrard-lucas.com/beetlecam and https://www.facebook.com/BeetleCam?directed_target_id=0
Learn about Panthera's leopard conservation work in South Africa.
Last week, we posted a sweet photo of a female leopard carrying her tiny cub in South Africa's Welgevonden Game Reserve, taken as part of Panthera's leopard conservation and monitoring work in Limpopo province. Here, we are sharing a camera trap photo of the OTHER side of this couple. Learn more about Panthera’s leopard conservation work @ http://bit.ly/flEZT1 and make a donation to support the future of the leopard @ http://bit.ly/MmCOWU.
See and share our wonderful camera trap photo of the day of a leopard mother carrying her tiny cub in South Africa! If you're a fan of this beautiful big cat, read what Panthera is doing in South Africa to protect the species @ http://bit.ly/flEZT1 & make a donation to support the future of the leopard @ http://bit.ly/MmCOWU!
Our photo of the day shows a group of children celebrating – in rare form – the one year anniversary of their school’s opening in the Brazilian Pantanal. Last year, this school was opened, for both children and cowboys, on a ranch where Panthera works with local communities in the Pantanal to conserve the elusive jaguar. Learn more about Panthera’s jaguar conservation work through the Pantanal Jaguar Project.