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Our Earth Day gift to you is this incredible, never-before-seen camera trap footage of three snow leopards in the mountains outside of China’s Zhaxilawu monastery. To protect big cats like these, we need more eyes on the wild. Learn more about how you can help at panthera.org/earth-day-2017.
Elizabeth Woodside
Susan Wilson
Lynda Jones
Panthera
Panthera
04/21/2017 at 19:27. Facebook
Happy Friday!

In honor of Earth Day (tomorrow!) we want to put 200 new camera traps in the wild so we can monitor and protect wild cats like this ocelot in Belize. Visit our site to find out more.
Happy Friday In honor of Earth Day tomorrow we want to put

Keep Our Eyes on the Wild

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Panthera
04/20/2017 at 16:27. Facebook
Remember this tiger from Thailand's Eastern Forest Complex? To keep this big cat safe, we need more eyes on the wild. Will you help us meet our Earth Day goal of 200 new camera traps before midnight on Friday, May 5?

Thailand's Eastern Forest Complex is larger than the state of Delaware, so these cubs are nearly impossible to find, but poachers are determined—and we need to stay one step...
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Remember this tiger from Thailands Eastern Forest Complex To keep this big

Help Us Keep Our Eyes on the Wild

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Carlie Lapacka
Brenda Grant
PuiPhon Thip
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Panthera
04/20/2017 at 14:34. Facebook
Help us keep our eyes on the wild! Panthera's custom-built camera traps (including the one that took this photo of a jaguar mum and cubs in Colombia) tell us exactly where wild cats are—and who's coming after them—so we can put lifesaving solutions where they're needed most. Chip in now to help us reach our Earth Day goal of 200 camera traps before midnight on May 5! Learn more @...
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Help us keep our eyes on the wild Pantheras custombuilt camera traps
Nancy Fitzpatrick Weller
Christie Abbigail Jones-Schemmel
Frank Fleming
Panthera
Panthera
04/17/2017 at 17:26. Facebook
Great photos of traditional Kwajobe leaders in South Africa at a recent community conservation event hosted by Project Rhino KZN and Wildlife ACT - Volunteer in Africa.

The high-quality faux fur capes pictured here, made by Panthera with support from Cartier and Peace Parks Foundation, are replacing real leopard skin capes--and saving many leopard lives in the process. Learn more about our...
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Great photos of traditional Kwajobe leaders in South Africa at a recent
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Waltraut Kleebaum
Nicholas Mcphee
Panthera
Panthera
04/15/2017. Facebook
Panthera provides our anti-poaching rangers with the specialized gear they need for tough patrolling conditions. But if you were to wear regular shoes, like Tiger Program Manager Alex Varga did on a recent 3 mile patrol in Manas, well... let's just say we (and Alex) would advise against it.
Panthera provides our antipoaching rangers with the specialized gear they need for
Shane Hailey
Yeon Gyu Hahn
Panthera
Panthera
04/14/2017. Facebook
Few ocelots remain in the United States, and as Panthera's President and Chief Conservation Officer Dr. Luke Hunter points out in this National Geographic post, more fortification on the U.S.-Mexico border would isolate these populations even further.
Few ocelots remain in the United States and as Pantheras President and

National Geographic Photo Ark Spotlight: Ocelot

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Viva the Ocelot, Friends of Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge
Panthera
Panthera
04/13/2017. Facebook
In case you missed it... check out this great video from National Geographic on the recent discovery of a breeding population of Indochinese tigers in eastern Thailand.
Brenda Grant
Lesley Isobel Daphne Godsave
Andra Marie Mueller
Panthera
Panthera
04/11/2017. Facebook
We can't wait to see the photos from our 2017 leopard survey with Wildlife ACT - Volunteer in Africa and Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife!

These photos will eventually end up on our Camera CATalogue (panthera.org/cameracatalogue), where citizen scientists like you can help identify the animals in them! If you haven't already, visit the Camera CATalogue now to see camera trap photos from Namibia and...
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We cant wait to see the photos from our 2017 leopard survey
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Panthera
04/11/2017. Facebook
"The only hope for natural re-colonization in the U.S., however remote, hinges on maintaining this core population to the south, and its connectivity.” - Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, Panthera's CEO, on jaguars in North America

Read this Vox article for more on how a wall between the U.S. and Mexico could impact wildlife populations.
The only hope for natural recolonization in the US however remote hinges

The ecological disaster that is Trump’s border wall: a visual guide

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Alia Babapulle
Katie Chalmers
Tanya Carey
Panthera
Panthera
04/10/2017. Facebook
Incredible footage of a healthy looking F61 from Panthera Puma Program in Jackson, Wyoming. She is scratching this dead wood to deposit scent and slough off the outer layers of her claws in order to refine their edges. Her kittens do not appear in the video, but we're hoping she was hunting alone and that they are somewhere safe awaiting her return.
Mikki McBride
MP Sport
Carlie Lapacka
Panthera
Panthera
04/07/2017. Facebook
The hunting of cheetahs is a significant threat, to be sure, but it's hardly the only one. Learn more about the factors driving the cheetah's decline—and how Panthera and its partners are addressing them—in this Smithsonian Magazine article, featuring expert insight from Dr. Luke Hunter , Panthera's President and Chief Conservation Officer.
The hunting of cheetahs is a significant threat to be sure but

Poaching Isn't the Cheetah's Only Problem

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Nancy Fitzpatrick Weller
Greca Che
Julie Hall
Panthera
Panthera
04/06/2017. Facebook
It's #ThrowbackThursday, and here's a photo of our CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, in Honduras with a fresh jaguar pugmark.

We’re gearing up for the next stop on the Jaguar Corridor Walk, starting at the U.S.-Mexico border. There are very few jaguars coming across the borders these days, but if we protect populations south of the border, and don't further fragment wildlife corridors, there could...
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Its ThrowbackThursday and heres a photo of our CEO Dr Alan Rabinowitz
Allison Crumley
Adele Nguyen
Yvonne Radstake
Panthera
Panthera
04/06/2017. Facebook
"Even when tigers and lions did overlap in the past, there is no record of them mating and producing hybrids in the wild. Tigers and lions diverged millions of years ago, they last had a common ancestor an estimated 2-4 million years ago. So even though it is physiologically possible for them to mate, they are two separate species, reproductively isolated." - Dr. Luke Hunter, Panthera's...
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Even when tigers and lions did overlap in the past there is

Ligers, tigons and liligers: All you need to know about big cat hybrids and why breeding them isn't a great idea

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Patrice Van Brempt
Meg McMoody
Lorraine Hunter
Panthera
Panthera
04/05/2017. Facebook
Did you know that clouded leopards are often referred to as the modern day saber-tooth tiger, because they boast the largest canines (relative to body size) of any wild cat?

Find out more about this incredible species—including insight from Panthera's own Dr. Wai-Ming Wong—in this interactive article from Conjour.
Did you know that clouded leopards are often referred to as the

Clouded Leopard - Conjour Conservation Report with Panthera Interview

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Nick Bell
Yeon Gyu Hahn
Panthera
Panthera
04/04/2017. Facebook
Check out this VICE News video about the newly discovered breeding population of Indochinese tigers in Thailand's Eastern Forest Complex, including an exclusive interview with Dr. John Goodrich, Senior Director of our Tiger Program!
Carlie Lapacka
Russell Woodhead
Caitlin Eileen Sawyer
Panthera
Panthera
04/03/2017. Facebook
Nice article in Washington Post about a new bill that proposes a ban on using wild animals—including big cats—in the circus.
Nice article in Washington Post about a new bill that proposes a

Many countries ban circuses with wild animals. These lawmakers want the U.S. to follow suit.

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Grant Gauld
María Obando
Dorota Czajka
Panthera
Panthera
03/31/2017. Facebook
Our primary focus is on big cats... but other animals need protecting sometimes too! A few days ago, Panthera President and Chief Conservation Officer Dr. Luke Hunter found this baby squirrel at the base of a big oak tree near his home. The tree had a nest hole high up, from which the baby likely fell. Squirrels are diurnal (active during the day), so when the squirrel's mum hadn't rescued him...
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Marc Genberg
Nancy Fitzpatrick Weller
Jackie Nott
Panthera
Panthera
03/30/2017. Facebook
We couldn't choose a favorite from the incredible photos of Indochinese tigers out of Thailand... so we're posting them all! Which one is your favorite?
We couldnt choose a favorite from the incredible photos of Indochinese tigers
Kelly Hobbs
Carlie Lapacka
Hadas'ka Sham
Panthera
Panthera
03/29/2017. Facebook
"The extraordinary rebound of eastern Thailand's tigers is nothing short of miraculous." - Dr. John Goodrich, Senior Director, Panthera's Tiger Program

More about the newly discovered Indochinese tiger population in eastern Thailand and our plans to protect them with Freeland and Thailand's Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation in this BBC News article.
The extraordinary rebound of eastern Thailands tigers is nothing short of miraculous

New population of rare tigers found in eastern Thailand - BBC News

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Nicole Hindman
Mary Denton
Fabio Stefani