Big Cats

Team Challenge!

This World Wildlife Day, we promised participants of the Big Cats Team Challenge we would donate funds to conservation projects that protect endangered big cat species.

Today, on Earth Day, we are excited to follow through on this promise.

On behalf of UN Environment and partners, we are excited to announce a donation will be made to the winner, Team Snow Leopard! Thanks to Dia Mirza for gathering the highest number of pledges.

And, thanks to our generous collaborators,

a donation will also be made to all three runners up!

We thank you all for pledging to fight wildlife crime and create a  future for the world’s beloved big cats. With your help, we can ensure these magnificent animals don’t go extinct on our watch.

Stay tuned in to to see how the money you’ve raised will be used to support conservation efforts.


Do More

Morph your image with your favorite big cat and share.

Encourage others to pledge for their kindred cat. 

The more we work together, the more we can accomplish. So join our team leaders today. 

From maintaining land corridors to installing tracking cameras and real time ranger alerts,  your effort will help ensure these precious cats have our attention—and our protection.

Learn about the project beneficiaries:

Snow Leopard Trust

Kenya Wildlife Trust

Project CAT

Rainforest Connection

Wildlife Crime Just Got Personal.


If you still want to help protect endangered species pledge here!

Team Snow Leopard

If snow leopards can handle life in the high and rugged alpine mountains, I think they can handle a little competition. Are you with me? 

Fun fact:

The snow leopard can wrap its tail around its body for extra warmth in its harsh mountain habitat.

About the project beneficiary: Snow Leopard Trust

Learn more about the species


Team Lion

We all know that the lion is the queen of the jungle. But they are under threat and the challenge to help save them is on! Join my team and let’s go #WildforLife to keep the lioness on her throne.


A lion can leap as far as 11 meters (36 feet).

About the project beneficiary: Kenya Wildlife Trust

Learn more about the species


Team Jaguar

The jaguar’s name comes from a Native American word meaning “he who kills with one leap”, so it’s really no question which team has the most power. Join Team Jaguar. 

Fun fact:

Jaguars’ spots resemble roses and are fittingly called “rosettes”.

About the project beneficiary: Rainforest Connection

Learn more about the species


Team Tiger

Everybody knows the tiger is the true King of the Jungle. Come join me and the rest of the cool cats over here on Team Tiger!

Fun fact:

Unlike almost all other big cats, tigers are superb swimmers. They are even known to swim long distances to cross rivers or catch food.

About the project beneficiary: Project CAT

Learn more about the species


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