New Bagheera Website Launched


The Bonobo – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

The newly designed – and mobile friendly – Bagheera endangered species website has now launched. The remainder of 2014 will be spent updating content and adding new content areas.

The new Bagheera website now includes Bagheera TV, which features YouTube videos focused on endangered species issues. Soon to be added will be information regarding endangered species status, and laws, from around the world.

This week the newly designed – and mobile friendly – Tigers in Crisis launched. And later this week, the newly designed The Tiger Channel and Tigers in Crisis News will launch as well.

Next week will be focused on launching the new Endangered Earth websites.

Bagheera Website Update


The Kagu – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

I am just putting the finishing touches on the new Bagheera website that will launch on Tuesday.

Backstory here: Endangered Species Journalist

Launching New Website


Over the last month I have been working on redesigning all my (14) endangered species websites. This next week I will be launching the newly designed website. is my endangered species educational website and over the last 18 years millions of people have requested millions of pages of information about endangered species. Hopefully this new design will last the next 18 years.

I will be updating all the content over the next 12-18 months.

Launching Endangered Species Journalist


The Ring-tailed Lemur – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

The Endangered Species Journalist journal is about “backstory.”

According to “backstory” is defined as “a narrative providing a history or background context, especially for a character or situation in a literary work, film, or dramatic series.”  [Continue Reading...]

Saving Snow Leopards – SOS


The Snow Leopard – an Endangered Species – photo by Craig Kasnoff

SOS – Save Our Species (SOS), has funded a series of community-based programs to help save the endangered snow leopards in Pakistan, according to according to Jean-Christophe Vié, Deputy Director of IUCN’s Global Species Programme and Director of SOS.  [Continue Reading...]