Business Partners

Each Snow Leopard Trust Business Partner creates a link between their company and snow leopard conservation. This connection takes many forms, such a donating a portion of profit or supporting a Snow Leopard Trust event. By working together with business owners from around the world, we are able to raise awareness and additional support for our conservation efforts.

These businesses make a world of difference to snow leopard conservation, and we are tremendously grateful for their generosity.

If you have a business and are interested in partnering with the Snow Leopard Trust, please email info@snowleopard.org or call our office for more information at 206.632.2421.

In the spotlight: Whitehawk Birdwatching and Conservation

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Whitehawk Birdwatching and Conservation  is a company dedicated to leading wildlife and birding tours around the world. Their trips are designed to be fun, educational, and conservation oriented. Whitehawk works directly with local guides and a portion of their profits goes to local efforts to protect wildlife, their habitats, and the communities that surround them. Twenty-five percent of the profits from their trips to India will be donated directly  to Snow Leopard Trust.  Whitehawk recently completed a trip to Hemis National Park for their tour ”In Search of the Elusive Snow Leopard.” They saw two of these stunning cats - a mother and an almost full grown cub – as well as a host of other wildlife species including Wolf, Lammergeier, Golden Eagle, Beech Marten and Blue Sheep, among many others. Spots are available for their next trip in February 2015.

 

 

We are proud to partner with the following businesses:

Aperture Academy, LLC
Aqua Gear Water Filtration
Bath Veterinary Clinic
Bhutan Jhoenshing Travel
Designer Greek
Dynafit International
Eco-Sys
Edrington
Little Critterz
Mountain Outfitters
Natural Formulations
OviPets
Polarbear & Panda
Prancing Leopard Organics
Scotti Cohn
Silverstorm Bengals
Snow Leopard Vodka
SunTime Yurts
Whitehawk Birdwatching and Conservation