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Panthera — Grants for Research and Conservation of Wild Cats 2017

Panthera makes grants for research and conservation of the world’s populations of wild cats. The Kaplan Graduate Awards Program supports conservation efforts of biology graduate students working on all wild felids in situ, with a particular focus on threatened species. The Small Cat Action Fund supports in situ conservation and research on many of the world’s 31 small cat species. The Winston Cobb Memorial Fellowship is made to an exceptional early-career conservationist to undertake a field-based internship for training and experience on a wild cat conservation project selected by Panthera. For each of these programs, the next cycle for expressions of interest has a deadline on 01 February 2017. Link

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