There are two species of clouded leopard in the world, and GC sites have both of them! Just a few thousand individuals of both clouded leopard species remain across their ever-shrinking range in Asia.

Fewer than 450 harpy eagles are likely to remain in Panama. Harpy eagles are enormous birds of prey, tied for the title of world's largest eagle. They are found in rainforest habitats throughout much of South and Central America, and are threatened primarily by deforestation.

Only 1,200 jaguars remain in Mirador National Park, Guatemala, one of the species' strongholds. The jaguar is the largest feline in the Americas, a valuable component of the ecosystem as a top predator and an iconic symbol of South American culture.

Fewer than 100 European mink survive in Ukraine. One of the most endangered mammals in Europe, the European mink's range has been reduced by over 85% since the mid-19th century. The remaining population is small, fragmented, and declining, but Ukraine's Carpathian National Nature Park contains up to 20 breeding pairs.

Just 400 lions survive in Uganda. African lions are the largest and most imposing carnivore in Africa and the only true social cats, and they have special cultural significance in most countries on the continent. Unfortunately, African lion numbers have plummeted by over 40% in the last three generations due to loss of habitat and conflict with people. Three-quarters of African lion populations are in decline.