Check out Panthera's photo of the day of a beautiful tiger, taken by Panthera Media Director and National Geographic photographer, Steve Winter. Pre-order the Panthera-NatGeo book - Tigers Forever - to see more gorgeous wild tiger photos & learn about the state of the tiger & Panthera's work to save them across their range @ http://bit.ly/10UACwM
We love this photo of a leopard and her cub, taken by partner and talented wildlife photographer, Brett Pearson, because their tails seem to form a heart! This photo was taken in South Africa’s Phinda Private Game Reserve, home to Panthera's Munyawana Leopard Project, founded by Panthera President, Dr Luke Hunter.
Learn more about Panthera’s leopard conservation work through the Munyawana Leopard Project.
Give us your best caption for this adorable little lion cub, taken by Panthera's partner and wildlife photographer, Philip J. Briggs! Sadly, Lions have disappeared from over 80% of their historic range. But Project Leonardo is Panthera's solution to protecting and increasing the world’s remaining wild lions.
Learn more about the Project Leonardo.
See more of Briggs' beautiful photography at www.philipjbriggs.com
Panthera has just submitted this gorgeous camera trap photo of a wild snow leopard in Tajikistan to the Trailcampro 2013 Photo Contest!
Vote for this photo (#19) now to help Panthera's Snow Leopard Program win Trailcampro's premium camera traps to monitor wild snow leopards and their prey.
14 month-old tiger cub has its eyes set on a deer near the shore in Bandhavgarh National Park, India. This photo and more beautiful tiger photography can be found in Panthera Media Director, Steve Winter's, upcoming National Geographic book, 'Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat.'
Pre-order your copy of 'Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat' (ships in November) and a portion of proceeds will go to Panthera’s Tigers Forever program.
Our photo of the day is a handsome cougar in Montana taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter. Did you know that cougars have the largest geographic range of any native terrestrial mammal in the Western Hemisphere? While cougars are adaptable cats, their numbers are declining. Learn how Panthera is working to protect this species through the Teton Cougar Project.
Our photo of the day is an up close and personal view of a wild tiger in Madhya Pradesh, India, taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter, using a remote controlled camera! See how this image was captured in Steve's National Geographic Live Lecture, "Robot vs Tiger." The video includes a portion of Steve's 2011 presentation “On the Trail of the Tiger."