Spotted any ‘Missing Cat’ posters around? With numbers dwindling big cats are disappearing before our eyes.

National Geographic Society’s Big Cats Initiative supports scientists and conservationists working to save these magnificent felines. With your help, we’ve supported more than 120 innovative projects to protect big cat species in 28 countries. Click below to find out more about the Big Cats Initiative and how to make a donation.
AMY DICKMAN
Meet Dr. Amy Dickman, one of our National Geographic Explorers who has dedicated her life to saving big cats in the wild.
Dr. Amy Dickman is the Kaplan Senior Research Fellow in Field Conservation at University of Oxford. She has worked in Africa for over 20 years, specialising in human-carnivore conflict and has published over 70 papers and book chapters on large carnivore ecology and conservation. Her innovative work with local populations to protect the lions and other carnivores of East Africa has won international recognition. Click below to hear more about Amy’s work.
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