The Olympic Cougar Project represents an important and exciting partnership between Panthera and the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe to study and protect pumas Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Together we are establishing additional partnerships to continue towards our goal of increasing connectivity and genetic viability of these big cats.
A New First for Snow Leopard Conservation
A new study led by Panthera compiles critical research and provides the first range-wide, systematic landscape conservation plan for snow leopards. This study provides a framework for the next stage of research efforts into these big cats.
“The analytical framework and results presented in this study are a great advancement for snow leopard conservation” explains co-author Dr. Byron Weckworth, Director of Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program.
What if each time we donned our beloved #LeopardSpotted print we paid tribute to the animal that inspired it by giving back?
Let Lions Live
Join us to learn why Africa's lions are in crisis and how you can help to #LetLionsLive.
Journey of the Jaguar
Travel with Panthera deep into jaguar range where the very future of an iconic species hangs in the balance.
Panthera is the only organization in the world devoted exclusively to the conservation of the world’s wild cats. Our team of leading biologists and law enforcement experts develop innovative strategies to address the dire threats facing cheetahs, jaguars, leopards, lions, pumas, snow leopards, and tigers.