Snow leopard habitats are traditionally thought to have a low risk of disease prevalence and outbreaks. In a newly published paper, Snow Leopard Trust scientists and their collaborators draw attention to the increasing risk of disease outbreaks, which, unless managed proactively, can threaten wildlife as well as people.
Have you watched the recent BBC series, Snow Leopards: Ghosts in the Snow? If not, we highly recommend you do so immediately! Follow Dan O’Neill as he travels through Kyrgyzstan to learn more about snow leopard conservation.
Mongolia’s parliament has declared the snow leopard habitat of Tost a National Protected Area. This is the culmination of years of efforts by the local community, political activists and our local team. Read more
Our field coordinators in Spiti, India, talk about the impact of their work on the local community.
Mongolian snow leopard researcher Sumbe Tomorsukh has been posthumously awarded the Freeman Family Snow Leopard Conservation Award, one of the most prestigious honors in the field, for his outstanding efforts to save this endangered cat.
See what you made possible for snow leopards in 2015, and check out some of our favorite pics of these endangered cats in their natural habitat.
Scientists fear that the endangered cat could come under even more pressure, as climate change threatens its fragile mountain habitat.
There may be as few as 4000 snow leopards left in the wild. Learn more about the threats this endangered cat faces and about how we can protect them together.
Watch an amazing video featuring three wild snow leopard cubs and their mother in Mongolia’s Tost mountains.
Get to know the 19 wild snow leopards we’ve been able to track in our long-term study in Mongolia!