Cuteness alarm: two rare, precious furballs have fun with a camera trap.
Camera trap catches a wild snow leopard mother and her young cub on an excursion in Kyrgyzstan’s Sarychat Ertash reserve.
A mother and her three almost fully grown cubs visit a research camera.
A curious snow leopard decides to inspect a camera trap set up by researchers to monitor and study these endangered cats.
Our team in India’s Spiti Valley was treated to an extraordinary sighting of the elusive Ghost of the Mountain on a recent field visit. For Research Associate Ajay Bijoor, it was the first encounter with the cat he’s dedicated his life and career to. Read his account of an unforgettable day – and watch the amazing video footage the team managed to capture!
A research camera in Mongolia’s Tost Mountains captures amazing footage of a wild snow leopard mother and her three cubs!
The mountain wilderness of Sarychat Ertash, in Kyrgyzstan’s majestic Tian Shan mountains, is home to a rich and diverse fauna, which includes the endangered snow leopard, but also brown bears, lynx, and many other species. One of our research cameras – deployed in the area to catch glimpses of the elusive snow leopard – recently …
One of our donor-funded remote-sensor research cameras in Mongolia’s Tost mountains has captured stunning, rare footage of a snow leopard mother with three small cubs.
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 …
The Snow Leopard Trust presents our newest video about the process behind our Mongolian Handspun Camel Wool Yarn. Take a minute to watch Surnaa Namjilsuren, a member of one of our partner communities in rural Mongolia, turn raw camel wool into a skein of beautiful yarn. 100% of the proceeds from each skein of Surnaa’s …