Ensuring snow leopard survival and conserving mountain landscapes by expanding environmental awareness and sharing innovative practices through community stewardship and partnerships.

  • Tunga with 4 young students standing in front of her holding puppets

    Disney Conservation Hero, Tungalagtuya Khuukhenduu

    Disney Conservation Fund is honoring Tungalagtuya Khuukhenduu (above with students) with a 2015 Conservation Hero Award for her outstanding work in conservation education, and her dedication to engaging young people and fellow members of her community in environmental education programs. Tunga’s dream for Nomadic Nature Trunks is that it will someday be a government-supported program more »

  • Painting of a snow leopard in front of mountains

    Snow Leopard Scouts Camp

    Snow Leopard Conservancy (SLC), in partnership with the National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC) and Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP), has been carrying out Snow Leopard Environmental Awareness Camps in Nepal since 2011. These camps follow the formation of a new Snow Leopard Scouts group which remains active for one year. The Snow Leopard Scouts more »

  • Celebrating Snow Leopard Day in Baltistan

    Young girls in Sibiri hold a sign written in Urdu which translates to: Let us come together to protect wildlife–become part of BWCDO In 2005, Baltistan Wildlife Conservation & Development Organization (BWCDO) entered into institutional partnership with Snow Leopard Conservancy (SLC). Under the agreement, SLC provided technical and financial support to raise awareness among school more »