Predator-proof corrals built in Kyrgyzstan to help herders keep their livestock safe and prevent conflicts with snow leopards.
Highlights from the latest camera trap datasets, fresh from the field!
Thanks to your generosity, we’ve just wrapped up an incredibly successful spring fundraising campaign! You’ve helped raise over $70,000 to support programs that we know help keep snow leopards safe!
Seattle, WA – The Snow Leopard Trust has been awarded an AI for Earth grant from Microsoft to advance the use of remote cameras for estimating the population size and location hotspots of the elusive, endangered snow leopard.
Efforts are underway to better assess and monitor the health of livestock in Ladakh – with benefits for local herders and wildlife.
US Fish and Wildlife Service and partners in the snow leopard range team up against illegal trade and poaching of these endangered cats. A new database and improved information sharing on snow leopard trafficking will help tackle such crimes.
This day is all about you, our wonderful supporters, and the impact you’ve had for snow leopards!
Take action now and help herders like Tashi live peacefully with snow leopards.
In 2016, our talented and dedicated young colleague Sumbe Tomorsukh tragically passed away. To honor Sumbe’s legacy, we’ve named the newest wild snow leopard to be part of our study in Mongolia after him.
Researchers capture first-ever photos of snow leopard cubs in the Kyrgyz Ala-Too range at the Shamshy Wildlife Sanctuary. The images are a sign of hope for this threatened big cat.