After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Snow Leopard Foundation in Kyrgyzstan was able to resume in-person eco-camps in the Shamshy Valley for local students to learn about nature, conservation and snow leopards.
A recent paper by researchers from the Snow Leopard Trust and Nature Conservation Foundation explores the relationships between people and wild animals in Ladakh, India through folklore – both written and oral – and the implications this could have for conservation.
Experience the summer to autumn transitions as a snow leopard would, from late spring to autumn in northern India’s Himalayan mountains.
Over 700 people from around the world came together to make Strides for Snow Leopards!
Benazir Kabaeva from our office in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, shares her first experience traveling to the field.
Dynafit hosted their 12th Annual Snow Leopard Day – a ski touring contest to benefit snow leopard conservation.
Snow Leopard Trust’s Partners Principles have been adapted into a five-part online toolkit for conservationists working with communities across the snow leopard range.
A three-year snow leopard population survey in Himachal Pradesh, India provides the first-ever, scientifically robust estimate of snow leopards across a large landscape comprising an entire province. This survey is part of a global snow leopard population assessment.
New agreements with the government and local communities in Aksu and Kochkor enhance snow leopard conservation efforts in Kyrgyzstan’s Ala Too range.
Adaptive education and training tools keep kids and conservationists connected to each other and their natural environment during the pandemic.