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.
In a commentary published in the top international journal SCIENCE on March 9th, 2018, two leading snow leopard researchers, Dr. Charudutt Mishra of the Snow Leopard Trust, and Dr. Som Ale of the University of Illinois at Chicago, challenge the scientific merit of the data and assumptions used by the IUCN in down listing snow leopards on the Red List.
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.
A documentary about the Snow Leopard Trust’s community-managed livestock insurance program was selected as the best film about “People & Big Cats” at the International Big Cats Film Festival, held to celebrate World Wildlife Day.
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.
This World Wildlife Day, you can help make a difference for snow leopards! Symbollically adopt one of these cats and contribute to programs protecting them!
To highlight the plight of the world’s big cat species, the 2018 United Nations’ World Wildlife Day (March 3rd) will be celebrated under the theme “Big Cats: Predators Under Threat”.
Snow Leopards Trust researchers are planning to track both wild snow leopards and ibex, their primary prey species, with GPS technology this spring.
We take a look back at some key achievements for snow leopards our supporters made possible in 2017.
Thanks to hourly GPS position uploads from tracking collars, researchers can reconstruct a day in the life of a wild snow leopard in unprecedented detail. The data shows what types of terrain these cats seek to rest, observe, and hunt prey.