Our photo of the day of shows a cheetah mother & her two cubs in South Africa's Phinda Private Game Reserve! This photo was taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter, who visited Phinda last summer to document the leopard conservation work being carried out through Panthera's Munyawana Leopard Project. Learn more about Panthera's efforts to protect Africa's leopards.
Our photo of the day shows a carefully camouflaged snow leopard in Khunjerab National Park, within the Gilgit Baltistan region of Pakistan. Panthera, in partnership with the Snow Leopard Foundation of Pakistan, Snow Leopard Trust, and Norwegian University of Life Sciences is carrying out a camera trap survey in the region to assess snow leopard numbers, behavior, interactions with local communities and more. Learn more about Panthera's work to protect Snow Leopards in Pakistan.
Our photo of the day features a stunning tiger from Bandhavgarh Natl Park, India, taken by Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter. Did you know that tigers living in tropical climates like South Asia are darker in coat & more richly striped, while paler & lightly striped tigers live in temperate areas? Learn more facts about these beautiful big cats & their threats.
Check out our beautiful photo of the day showing a curious cheetah & the gorgeous habitat of Kenya's Maasai Mara region, taken by Panthera's partner photographer, Nick Garbutt. Learn about Panthera's work to protect the lions of Kenya & those across Africa through Project Leonardo and be sure to get a peek at more of Nick's breathtaking images.
Our photo of the day is a breathtaking camera trap shot of jaguar in Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, taken by Panthera's Media Director and National Geographic photographer, Steve Winter. Yasuní National Park is one of the Amazon's last wild frontiers and home to wild cats like jaguars, pumas, and ocelots!
Learn more about Yasuní National Park and see more of Steve's beautiful photos in the NatGeo article, "Rainforest for Sale."
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.