Remote-sensor cameras have become a invaluable research tool to monitor wildlife populations. They’re also offering us more and more glimpses into the lives of the elusive snow leopard; bringing the mysterious cat out of the shadows.
Last fall, you helped us fund 30 such cameras for a crucial snow leopard study in Kyrgyzstan. We’ve shared the first pictures they’ve captured earlier this year. Now, our Kyrgyz program director, Kuban Jumabai Uluu, has sent a second batch of photos – and they are breathtaking! Enjoy!