The 2021 Calendar is here!

Our 2021 calendar is finally here, and boy are we ready for next year! In celebration of our 40th Anniversary and 40 years of snow leopard conservation, Snow Leopard Trust has partnered with National Geographic Photographer Prasenjeet Yadav to bring you our most stunning calendar to date. Each month will not only reveal a raw glimpse into the habitat and landscape of the snow leopard, but also offer details about Snow Leopard Trust’s history and conservation work, bringing you even closer to the elusive ghost of the mountains!

Prasenjeet (left) and Peter Gwinn (right) have captured incredible images and stories of snow leopards for National Geographic. We are fortunate to share Prasenjeet’s images with you in the 2021 calendar!

Prasenjeet spent years tracking snow leopards in the Himalayas, both on foot and with camera-traps, gathering an enviable photo collection of snow leopards. We have painstakingly selected just 13 gorgeous images from this vast library, and for the first time will feature more than just snow leopards in our annual calendar! We know this may come as a surprise, but you’ll just have to trust us…

Take a journey with Prasenjeet into the high Himalayas through the magic of his stunning photography. Photo by Prasenjeet Yadav.

Each image captures a moment on Prasenjeet’s journey through snow leopard habitat, and offers a rare view into this inhospitable and vast world. We’re sure you won’t be surprised to hear that snow leopards, solitary as they seem, indeed share this world with other animals (both predator and prey) and even people. Over the course of the year we will show you a true scope of the snow leopard’s habitat and you will learn how Snow Leopard Trust’s conservation efforts intersect with other animals, local people, and the very mountains and crags our favorite cat inhabits! 

Join us on this spectacular 40th Anniversary Celebration with your purchase of our 2021 Annual Calendar!


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