Resources & Publications

Here are a variety of scientific research papers, publications, and resources so can further your enthusiasm for red pandas.

Publications

Red Panda Biology and Conservation of the First Panda 2nd Ed

Angela Glaston (edited by), Red Panda: Biology and Conservation of the First Panda 

(2nd edition). Academic Press. 2021.

Red Panda: Biology and Conservation of the First Panda, Second Edition, provides the most up-to-date research, data, and conservation solutions for the red pandas, Ailurus species. Since the publication of the previous edition in 2010, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) updated the threat level of red pandas, and they are now considered to be endangered. This latest edition is updated to provide an in-depth look at the scientific and conservation-based issues urgently facing the red panda today.

Governance Standard Title Page

Red Panda Governance Standard

2023-2026 (Pilot Version 1.0)

This voluntary standard is based on participatory research with forestry sector parties in Red Panda habitat area to develop methodologies for assessing the governance quality of the Red Panda sector programs, projects, and activities in Nepal. The research was conducted during Jan 2020 –Dec 2022. The Standard has been developed in collaboration between Griffith University, University of Southern Queensland (UniSQ), Kathmandu Forestry College, Red Panda Network, and Nepalese stakeholders, including the government, CFUGs, and civil society organizations.

 

Resources, Brochures, and Infosheets

Research

15 Oct
2023

Red panda tourism gives hope in the mid-mountain range of the Eastern Himalaya, yet inappropriate practices may lead to failure

Damber Bista, Greg S. Baxter, Nicholas J. Hudson, Peter John Murray. Letter, Society for Conservation Biology, Vol…

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30 Jun
2023

Local stakeholders' priorities and perceptions towards forest ecosystem services in the Red panda habitat region of Nepal

Upama Koju, Sikha Karki, Anita Shrestha, Tek Maraseni, Ambika P. Gautam, Tim Cadman, Ang Phuri Sherpa, Sonam Tashi…

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1 Mar
2022

Land purchase and forest restoration to conserve the Endangered red panda in Nepal

Lama, S., Sherpa, A., Shrestha, J., Sherpa, P., Lama, S., & Bista, D. Cambridge University Press. 1 March 2021…

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26 Feb
2022

Seasonal resource selection of an arboreal habitat specialist in a human-dominated landscape: A case study using red panda

Damber Bista, Greg S Baxter, Nicholas J Hudson, Peter J Murray Current Zoology, Volume 69, Issue 1, February 2023,…

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24 Feb
2022

Space use, interaction and recursion in a solitary specialized herbivore: a red panda case study.

Bista, D., Baxter, G. S., Hudson, N. J., Lama, S. T., Weerman, J., & Murray, P. J. Endangered Species Research.…

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31 Jan
2022

Are there two species of red panda? Are they equally threatened with extinction?

Angela R. Glatston, Frank Princée, Leobert de Boer Biology and Conservation of the First Panda 2022, Pages…

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Magazines & News

Red Panda Databases & Research Sites

  • Redpandafinder.com by Justin Fairchild
    A site that tracks family trees of red pandas, as well as re-sharing high-quality panda photos from Instagram for a wider audience. Data is currently for Japanese styani pandas, and will be expanding to other zoos worldwide.
  • Smithsonian National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute - Red Panda
  • IUCN Red List
    The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Species Survival Commission hosts a Red List of Endangered Species providing taxonomic, conservation status, and distribution information on endangered species.

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