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Your gift will help secure a sustainable future for red pandas, and the people and wildlife who share their home.

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Why save red pandas?

They are unique — unlike any animal and discovered 50 years before the giant panda, saving them will help preserve our world’s natural heritage.

Red pandas are a flagship species for the vibrant Eastern Himalayan forests. Conserving them means habitat for many species will be protected, as well as a landscape that supports over 500 million people!

The red panda is also endangered. There may be as few as 2,500 remaining in the wild.

Your Gift Will Make A Difference

Red Panda Network is the world leader in red panda conservation. Since 2007, we have been working with local communities in Nepal to serve as active partners in the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat. 

Our primary focus includes:

  • Research & Monitoring

    Delivering usable data through status surveys, baseline studies, and community-based monitoring to inform conservation strategies.

  • Policy and Advocacy

    Empowering local communities to preserve their forests and governments to adopt policies that protect red pandas and their habitat.

  • Community-­based Conservation

    Working with local communities in establishing wildlife corridors and viable red panda populations.

  • Education and Outreach

    Building awareness at local and global scales.

  • Sustainable Livelihoods

    Providing alternatives to communities for promoting sustainable living and stewardship.

as few as 2500 remain in the wild

Where Your Donation Goes:

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Help us Save the Last of the First Panda!