Our beautiful photo of the day taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter, shows two boys showing off their body paint during a Pulikali performance (a traditional Indian folk dance) in Umaria, India. This photo was an outtake from Steve's 2011 National Geographic story, "A Cry for the Tiger," which explored the state of the world's remaining wild tigers.
Read the National Geographic article, "A Cry for the Tiger."
Learn more about Panthera’s Tigers Forever program.
Our photo of the day is a stunning shot of a male jaguar near Fazenda Porto Jofre, a cattle ranch where Panthera's scientists are working in the Brazilian Pantanal to learn more about jaguar ecology and implement strategies to reduce conflict between jaguars and local ranchers. Just after the photo was taken, this jaguar was seen leaping into the river to hunt a caiman!
Learn more about Panthera's Pantanal Jaguar Project
Our photo of the day, taken by Panthera’s Media Director Steve Winter, shows an impressively camouflaged tiger walking through tall grass in India’s Kaziranga National Park.
Our photo of the day shows an affectionate lioness and her son in the midst of a morning cleaning session, in South Africa’s Thanda Private Game Reserve. Read up on Panthera's lion conservation work across Africa through Project Leonardo and our work in the Phinda Game Reserve, bordering Thanda, to preserve the region's leopard populations through the Munyawana Leopard Project.
Enjoy our photo of the day of two jaguars, known as Wilson and Julianna by Panthera's scientists, resting in the Brazilian Pantanal! Panthera's Conservation Ranch Program Advisor, Rafael Hoogesteijn, took this photo just meters from the jaguars, which are being monitored through Panthera’s Pantanal Jaguar Project.
Learn more about Panthera's Pantanal Jaguar Project.
Enjoy our photo of the day of a female cheetah and her playful cub, taken in South Africa's Phinda Private Game Reserve by Panthera Media Director, Steve Winter! Steve visited Phinda last summer to document some of the leopard conservation work being carried out through Panthera's Munyawana Leopard Project
You can now follow Steve on his travels through Instagram!