Mongolia is home to the second largest population of snow leopards in the world, second only to China. The Snow Leopard Trust first began working in Mongolia in 1992. We partner with the Snow Leopard Conservation Foundation (SLCF) to support 6 full-time and 1 part-time staff positions to grow snow leopard conservation efforts in the country.

our work in Mongolia (click to enlarge)

our work in Mongolia (click to enlarge)

In the South Gobi region of Mongolia, we also conduct a long-term ecological study, conducting research on snow leopard ecology using GPS tracking collars and remote sensing cameras.

Area of Snow Leopard Habitat:

Snow Leopard Population:

  • 500-1,000

Threats to Snow Leopards:

Conservation Programs:

Landscape Focus Area: We chose one landscape area (approximately 4000 km2) in each country to focus our conservation and research efforts.

  • South Gobi

See our latest annual report for an overview of progress with our programs in Mongolia and other program countries.