Committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the education and empowerment of local communities.
WHY RED PANDAS?
It is estimated that there are less than 10,000 and as few as 2,500 red pandas remaining in the wild.
Red pandas are the only species remaining in their taxonomic family — a living relict of the past. Saving them is important to the preservation of the world’s natural heritage and global biodiversity.
Where red pandas thrive in the mountains of South Asia you find healthy forests, clean water, vibrant ecosystems, and sustainable livelihoods.
Mobilize local people in environmental stewardship while improving their livelihoods through alternative income generation and resource preservation programs.
“As the world leader in red panda conservation, Red Panda Network is committed to pressing forward with our community-based conservation programs.”
Ang Phuri Sherpa
Country Director – Nepal
“I am thrilled to work for the conservation of the endangered red panda, and I would like to continue to help the mission of Red Panda Network.”