Many photographers take great pains to compose the perfect photo. But few, perhaps, go to the lengths Red Panda Network board member Axel Gebauer took to photograph and film one of the world’s most elusive animals: the red panda. Breathtaking shots of lush forests, unspoiled rivers and the Himalayan skyline belie the hard work that […]
Do you love red pandas? Have a passion for photography? Then have we got a trip for you… Introducing our new Himalayan Red Panda Phototrip. It’s like one of our ecotrips, but with an emphasis on photography. Whether you’re an experienced photographer or a novice looking to improve your skills, this trip offers a one-of-a-kind […]
In a tiny village near the Nepal-India border, a small innovation in cooking methods is making a big difference in the lives of red pandas and the people who share their home. With the help of Red Panda Network, families in Dobate, a settlement of 11 households in Ilam district, began using metal cookstoves in […]
One of the simplest aspects of wildlife conservation also happens to be one of the most challenging: spreading awareness. The simple part is putting the information out there; the challenge is getting people to pay attention to it. That’s why, in addition to their own awareness efforts, organizations like the Red Panda Network (RPN) actively […]
From: Smithsonian National Zoo It was love at first sight for Shama and Tate, the Zoo’s red pandas, and now, nearly a year and a half after they were introduced, the pair has a cub as evidence of their strong bond. On June 16, Shama gave birth to a single
Dear RPN Supporters, Thank you for all of your kind support this year. Bhagawan, Tulsi and Brian are learning how to use the blog….This is our first blog…It is very exciting to use the blog….We are happy to use the blog.
Learn what the future holds for Red Panda Network. The full version of this article is only available here! Earth Island Journal: Spring 2010, Vol. 25 No. 1. Hear the word “panda” and images of the large black and white animal are immediately conjured up. Giant pandas have become a