Two Lost Collars Have Been Found!

Two GPS collars have been located recently in the South Gobi region of Mongolia thanks to field biologist Sumbee! The first belongs to Devekh, who was collared on February 25th, 2010. His collar had malfunctioned and stopped sending out signals shortly after it was placed, making it incredibly difficult to find. However, Sumbee recovered the collar on …

Snow Leopard Shonkhor Passes Away

With great sadness, we report that Shonkhor, a snow leopard we have been following since April, 2009 in our long-term ecological study, has passed away. His last GPS update in early August indicated something was wrong, and our field staff rushed to the scene. While it appears Shonkhor died of natural causes, we have sent …

A Snow Leopard's Family Album!

We are excited to announce the second installment in our “Snow Leopard Families on Film” series! This video comes from a motion sensing camera set high in the mountains of Mongolia. These cameras are set up to take a sequence of photographs when activity is detected. When the images are put to video, we get …