Do you use conservation tech to study wild cats? Get ready for Panthera's grant application period, open from February 15th through March 15th.
Funding opportunities include grants for graduate students, snow leopard conservation efforts, small cat research, and early career field conservationists.
A key component of Panthera’s mission is fostering the next generation of wild cat conservationists. Panthera is currently accepting applications for four grants and fellowships.
These scholarships support conservation research initiatives on both big cats and small cat species outside the focus of Panthera’s core programs. In awarding these grants and fellowships, Panthera prioritizes projects led by in-country nationals to help build the scientific base of the countries wild cats call home.
How to Apply
All of Panthera’s grant programs are facilitated through an online grant management system, Foundant, through which all Letters of Interest (LOIs) and new and renewal grant applications must be submitted.
Looking for early career funding opportunities? Share your project needs in our Early Career group forum!