Ranjini Murali has just completed her PhD. She worked on how local communities in snow leopard landscapes used, valued, and governed ecosystem services. Here she shares with us the main findings of her work and what drives her to support snow leopard conservation.
More than 4,500 people ran in the first-ever snow leopard half-marathon in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan!
Dr. Charu Mishra, the Snow Leopard Trust’s Acting Executive Director, shares thoughts on why snow leopards are so rare in a new article published by RoundGlass Sustain.
Great news for snow leopards and local herding communities: the Mongolian government has decided to expand the Tost Nature Reserve in the country’s South Gobi province by 150 km2. In doing so, the government also revoked a mining license that had threatened a water source that is critical for people and wildlife.
New tool allows supporters to turn their birthdays and other special events into fundraising campaigns to benefit their favorite big cat!
The Snow Leopard Trust is delighted to partner with artist and designer Aviva Stanoff and welcome her as our newest brand ambassador.
Monitoring snow leopards is a time-consuming business – but a new AI solution developed in partnership between Microsoft and the Snow Leopard Trust could be a game changer and free up resources to invest in conservation action.
Follow our team on a trip to our Kyrgyz partner community of Ak Shiyrak, high up in the snow leopard habitat of the Central Tian Shan mountains.
In a rare discovery, researchers from Snow Leopard Conservation Foundation and Snow Leopard Trust located the den site of a wild snow leopard named Dagina in Mongolia’s Tost Mountains. They found three healthy cubs in the den. Dagina is the oldest known wild snow leopard mother in the world.
In the first study ever investigating disease threats to this highly vulnerable species, researchers detect exposure to infections that may pose a threat to wild snow leopards, as well as local people and their livestock.