What We Do

Founded by Brian Williams in 2007, Red Panda Network has become a world leader in efforts to protect red pandas and their habitat.

We use an integrated, landscape-level approach to conservation that is built on the support and participation of local communities. Our conservation programs extend to over one million acres of forest and 50% of Nepal’s red panda range! We work with community partners in 10 districts (of 23 red panda range districts) in Nepal with over 50 Community Forest User Groups in adopting sustainable forest management practices.

  • Research & Monitoring

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

  • Education & Outreach

    Building awareness at local and global scales.

  • Habitat Management

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

  • Sustainable Livelihoods

    Providing alternatives to communities for promoting sustainable living and stewardship.

  • Policy & Advocacy

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

Check out what we have been able to achieve, thanks to supporters like you!