Long-time Snow Leopard Trust supporters Elizabeth Brill and Susan Anderson are embarking on the journey of a lifetime this fall: a trip to Snow Leopard Research camp in Mongolia’s South Gobi desert. Elizabeth has been kind enough to document their experiences for us. This is her first dispatch from Mongolia.
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!
Efforts are underway to better assess and monitor the health of livestock in Ladakh – with benefits for local herders and wildlife.
Indian Research scholar Munib Khanyari reflects on the unique experience of working with local Kyrgyz rangers in the Sarychat-Ertash Nature Reserve whilst estimating populations of Ibex and Argali.
Our research team in the Tost Mountains meets an old friend again – and tries to capture a new one for the first time.
Join SLT Communications Manager Matt Fiechter for a behind-the-scenes look into our snow leopard study in Mongolia.
Social media platform offers a safe, fun and effective way for snow leopard lovers to get together and raise money to help save this magnificent cat.
The tiny hamlet of Kibber, high above the remote Spiti Valley in Northern India, has become a unique destination for snow leopard lovers from all around the world.
The Snow Leopard Trust, one the leading conservation organizations working to protect this cat, opposes the IUCN’s decision to change the snow leopard’s Red List status from ‘Endangered’ to ‘Vulnerable’.