Press release Seattle / Islamabad, 12/4/2014 Snow Leopard Trust; Snow Leopard Foundation Pakistan; Gilgit-Baltistan Parks and Wildlife Department; Embassy of the United States in Islamabad, Pakistan; International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW); Snow Leopard Conservancy A young snow leopard that has been kept in a small cage on the side of Pakistan’s Karakoram highway for …
Press Release. Seattle, November 4, 2014. Snow Leopard Enterprises creates a market for handicrafts made by herders who live in the endangered cat’s habitat. In return, the herders help save snow leopards. In the past 10 years, this program, which today helps protect 17% of Mongolia’s snow leopard habitat, has generated a total of $1 …
Pioneering handicraft-for-conservation program Snow Leopard Enterprises is close to reaching the milestone of $1 million in total sales in 10 years- and you can help get us there by shopping now!
Rare, endangered snow leopard mother and her two cubs captured by research camera in Kyrgyzstan!
Progress for the endangered snow leopard! Range countries identify key landscapes to be protected, while Global Environmental Facility (GEF) approves a grant of $1 million for trans-boundary conservation projects.
Newly published study on snow leopard population in Mongolia reveals stable numbers – and a puzzling shift in the cats’ gender ratio.
Snow Leopard Trust scientists recently recovered their first research camera photos of Kyrgyzstan’s wild snow leopards. The pictures are the result of a test study they carried out last fall. Now, they’re ready to scale up and launch the largest ever research camera survey on snow leopards in the Central Asian republic.
Starting in 2014, the Snow Leopard Trust will partner with NCF India and the Himashal Pradesh Forest Department on a groundbreaking long-term snow leopard study in the Indian Himalayas.
Countries Converge in Kyrgyz Republic for New Global Initiative to Conserve the Snow Leopard and High-Mountain Ecosystems.
Press Release — Seattle, WA, July 22, 2013 Following a petition launched by the Snow Leopard Trust and signed by more than 33,000 people, the trend-setting online marketplace Etsy.com steps up for wildlife and explicitly bans listings containing parts of endangered animals from their site. The Snow Leopard Trust is happy that the trend-setting marketplace …