Our global interactive map shows projects, including field work and conservation activities, in different regions of the world, and has a live news feed of wild cat stories. Select items on the map and pull up images and captions. View the map.
The interactive map for the greater Bay Area highlights the Bay Area Puma Project, the Bay Area Bobcat Study, and the California Habitat Study. Select points on the map and view images. View the map.
These image galleries share still images from project activities we are highlighting here, including field work and conservation activities from different regions of the world. View the galleries.
Remote camera data collection has become an important standard in field research. These galleries consist of images captured by our research and by various partners' and citizen scientists' cameras. These are only select images from our database. Remote camera galleries.
Our numerous outreach programs are rich with visuals. Peruse our galleries of activities from our K12 school programs, catscapes tracking series, community tabling events, lectures, forums and more. Join us for one of our events in 2015 or view outreach galleries.
Enjoy viewing videos selected from some of our field studies. They offer great insight into wild cat behaviors. The videos in this gallery are a combination of remote camera clips, and videos shot using handheld cameras, by our team and our various partners. Watch the videos.
We are currently working on a few film projects of differing formats, that focus on the findings in ongoing research, and on educating and raising awareness around wild cat species and their plummeting population numbers worldwide. Learn more about our film projects.
Listen to interviews and presentations on wild cat species, and our different collaborative efforts to protect them. Check back regularly as we add more podcasts about the status of mountain lions, bobcats, snow leopards, leopards, and more. Listen to podcasts.