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New York Times: Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program Highlighted

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Tuesday, July 26, 2011: Aid for Africa member Panthera is highlighted for its snow leopard program, directed by Thomas McCarthy, in the Science Times section.  The program uses motion-sensitive camera traps allowing scientists to estimate population numbers, identify individuals and track migrations.  Read article

Panthera, a conservation nonprofit, works to conserve the world’s wild cats, including the imperiled African lion, cheetah, and leopard. It works with local people and partners, with international nonprofits, scientific institutions, and local and national governments.


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