Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet? Resolve to support the conservation of the world’s wild cats in 2013 & help raise awareness about Panthera! Share your New Year’s resolutions with us below & share this post on your Facebook wall. Happy New Year to all!
The fall edition of Wildhope Magazine features a photo essay, “Eye of the Tiger,” by Panthera’s Media Dir. & NatGeo photographer, Steve Winter. Read the issue online @ http://bit.ly/WildHopeFall2012 to learn more about Steve’s travels across Asia & how his photos help Panthera’s tiger conservation efforts. Wildhope is a free e-magazine where travelers, wildlife, & activism meet- subscribe @ http://bit.ly/TzYUXX
Watch Panthera‘s partners, filmmakers Dereck & Beverly Joubert of National Geographic’s Big Cats Initiative (BCI), on CBS‘ 60 Minutes program, “Discovering the Secrets of Lions” @ http://cbsn.ws/WRIjTr. Learn about the status & threats of Africa‘s remaining lions & how Panthera is working to ensure their future @ http://bit.ly/cVwOEJ. Get details on Panthera’s strategic collaboration w/ the BCI @ http://bit.ly/Hm6HVs
Check out this month’s issue of Wildhope Magazine that features a photo essay, “Eye of the Tiger,” by Panthera‘s Media Director & National Geographic photographer Steve Winter. Read the full issue online @ http://bit.ly/WildHopeFall2012 to learn more about Steve’s travels across Asia & how his photos help Panthera’s tiger conservation efforts. Learn more about Panthera’s Tigers Forever program @ http://bit.ly/dtc3iL
Our pic of the day features a stunning tiger in Bandhavgarh Natl Park, India, taken by Panthera‘s Media Director, Steve Winter. Did you know that tigers vary widely in size? Sumatran tigers are the smallest while individuals from India & Russia are the largest. The largest wild male on record weighed 261kg! Learn more facts about these beautiful big cats @ http://bit.ly/fw2xbQ & their threats @ http://bit.ly/PO3odX
The New York Times Lens blog posted a photo gallery taken by Panthera Media Dir. Steve Winter in Indonesia, India & Thailand showing the tigers & conservationists working to save them. In his interview, Winter explained he works to ‘pull back the veil of the idyllic natural world presented in nature shows & travel ads’ & tell the real story of tigers & the issues threatening their survival. http://nyti.ms/S9tjOo
Photos taken by Panthera‘s Media Director, Steve Winter, of the Endangered tiger, other wildlife & people of India‘s Kaziranga Natl Park will be on display in the Perpignan Library in southern France through Sept 22nd! Winter won the Grand Prize in all categories & 1st Prize in the Nature & Societies Category f/ the 2011 Nature Images Awards for these stunning images. See the pics & event info @ http://bit.ly/SLn0BZ