Today's children are tomorrow's future conservation champions. For as little as $25, you can send a kid in snow leopard habitat to an inspiring outdoor eco-camp where they can reconnect to nature and wildlife! Learn more: http://fund.snowleopard.org/ProjectsDetail?id=a1j2A000002SDTKQA4&utm_source=Sn... View More
Don't miss this thought-provoking text by Charu Mishra about protecting snow leopards and wolves in partnership with local communities that share their habitat: https://www.snowleopard.org/tenzin-and-the-wolf-pups/ View More
Our partners at Nature Conservation Foundation are teaming up with the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department to reliably estimate this Indian state's snow leopard population. The ambitious undertaking is part of PAWS, the global effort to estimate the population of this endangered big cat. Read more at... View More
We‘re deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Alan Rabinowitz. He was an inspirational, iconic and highly accomplished cat conservationist and will be greatly missed. Our condolences to his loved ones and friends! View More
Boston-area beer (and snow leopard) lovers, don't miss this! Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo's fun lecture series, Lions and Tigers and Beers, Oh My! features snow leopards next week! Our very own Jennifer Snell Rullman will share exciting photos and adventures from the high mountains of Asia, while... View More
Two rare wild snow leopard cubs play and frolic in front of a remote-sensor research camera set up by scientists of the Snow Leopard Foundation in Kyrgyzstan and Snow Leopard Trust in the Kyrgyz Tian Shan mountains.
This research is carried out in partnership with the Kyrgyz State Agency for Enviro... View More
Rare footage: A wild snow leopard mother and her small cub were filmed by a remote-sensor camera trap as they took an excursion down from the high peaks into a narrow valley. Globally, it is thought that only between 4,000 and 7,500 of these endangered big cats remain. View More