February 2012 Newsletter - Panthera

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February 2012 Newsletter - Panthera

First Panthera Camera Trap Photos of a

Jaguar Taken in Nicaragua

Situated in the heart of Central America,

Nicaragua is one of the 18 countries that is home

to Americas' largest cat - the elusive jaguar.

Nicaragua serves as a crucial link in the Jaguar

Corridor connecting jaguar populations in

Mexico...

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'India's Last Lions' by Panthera's

President, Dr. Luke Hunter, Published in

BBC Wildlife Magazine

The March 2012 issue of BBC Wildlife Magazine

features an article by Panthera's President and lion

expert, Dr. Luke Hunter, on 'India's Last Lions' -

the world's only remaining...

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Where Have Nigeria's Lions Gone?

Last April, Panthera reported on field surveys

carried out in 2009 by Panthera, WCS Nigeria and

the Nigerian National Park Service, which

revealed that Nigeria was then home to fewer than

just 50 individual lions. Approximately 15-20 lions

were estimated to live within Nigeria's Yankari

Game Reserve, while the...

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Panthera's Media Director, Steve Winter,

Wins Second Consecutive 'Global Vision

Award' from Pictures of the Year

International

We are proud to share that Panthera's Media

Director, Steve Winter, has received the 69th

annual 'Global Vision Award'...

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'Carnivores of the World' Field Guide by

Panthera's President, Dr. Luke Hunter,

Chosen as a 2011 Best Reference Book by

Library Journal

The sixth and most recent book by Panthera's

President, Dr. Luke Hunter, entitled Carnivores of

the World: A Field Guide has just been selected as

one of Library Journal's 2011 Best Reference

Books...

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Winston Cobb Memorial Fellowship

Established Through Panthera

We are thrilled to announce that longtime

Panthera supporter, Ramune Cobb, has recently

established the Winston Cobb Memorial

Fellowship under the auspices of Panthera. The

new Fellowship honors the memory of a dearly

loved...

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In Case You Missed It

Watch the "Lost Land of the Tiger" Program featuring Panthera's CEO, Dr.

Alan Rabinowitz, posted on National Geographic's website.

Read an interview with Panthera's CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, in Dumbo

Feather Magazine.

Watch a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service webinar by Panthera's Snow Leopard

Program Executive Director, Dr. Tom McCarthy, on 'Snow Leopards: The

Science Behind Saving Central Asia's Mountain Ghost.'


Scientific Publications

2011 Survey of Lion (Panthera leo) in Yankari Game Reserve and Kainji

Lake National Park, Nigeria.

Authors: Gilbert Nyanganji, Yohanna Saidu, Philipp Henschel and Andrew

Dunn.

Panthera's Career Opportunities

Director of Development

Senior Development Associate

Executive Director, Tiger Program

Coordinador de proyectos para Orinoquia Colombiana

Upcoming Events

Panthera featured as 'Charity of the Day' on philanthroper.com - March 2

2012 Swedish Wolf Symposium Lecture by Panthera's Snow Leopard

Program Executive Director, Dr. Tom McCarthy, on Snow Leopards: Conflict

mitigation in the case of Central Asia's apex mountain predator - March 14

Keynote Address by Panthera's CEO, Dr. Alan Rabinowitz, at 2012

Woodland Park Zoo Thrive Fundraiser - March 22.

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