Red Panda Network

Red Panda Network’s (RPN) vision is to ensure the survival of wild red pandas and preserve their habitat for future generations to study, experience, and enjoy. Established in 1997, RPN is committed to protecting wild red pandas and preserving their habitat through the empowerment of local communities by adaptive community-­based research, education, and sustainable development. The idea is to create country-specific programs that will become locally managed and self-­sustaining within 5 years after the operation has begun. The first programme started in Nepal and efforts will incrementally duplicate in all red panda range countries, which include India, China, Bhutan, and Myanmar.

Projects supported 

Conserving Red Panda in Western Nepal – Phase II

Conserving Red Pandas in Western Nepal