Here at Earth.com, we always like to highlight some of the incredible work being done by nature and wildlife non-profit organizations all around the world. Today, in our regular “Your World” feature, we celebrate the top non-profit Instagram feeds dedicated to big cats.
C.A.R.E. – Care Rescue Texas (non-profit, Texas)
Panthera (non-profit, New York)
Breaking News: cheetahs are sprinting toward extinction, according to a new study from ZSL (@officialzsl), Panthera and WCS (@thewcs) only 7,100 cheetahs left in the wild, urgent action is needed–now. Find out more [link in bio]. #cheetah #cheetahs #bigcat #bigcats #wildcat #wildcats #wildlife #conservation #breakingnews
Central Florida Animal Reserve (non-profit, Central Florida)
NW Boreal Forest Lynx Project (non-profit, Colorado)
On Saturday we captured this male Lynx and placed a satellite collar on him. This collar is programmed to collect and transmit 6 GPS locations and activity rates each day. The data this collar collects and sends to us via satellite is used to better understand behavior, movement rates, habitat use, home range characteristics, and potential social interactions. Photo by @dashfeier Dash Feierabend. #wildlifeconservation #lynx #canadalynx #satellitecollar #borealforest #alaska #thelynxproject
Snow Leopard Trust (non-profit, Washington)