Storytelling – A Means To Promote Coexistence With Wildlife

September 8th, 2020|Comments Off on Storytelling – A Means To Promote Coexistence With Wildlife

Anil Adhikari Anil Adhikari, a native of Nepal, has had the unique opportunity to combine his passion for writing and his love of nature and transform them into a profession. As a writer [...]

Spotting a Snow Leopard in the Pamir Mountains

July 14th, 2020|Comments Off on Spotting a Snow Leopard in the Pamir Mountains

In June 2018, Matt Blumenthal, a native of Sonoma County, California, spotted a snow leopard while on a trek in the Pamir Mountains in southeast Tajikistan. Matt is familiar with the Pamir Mountain region, [...]

A Special Video Message from Director Rodney Jackson

June 8th, 2020|Comments Off on A Special Video Message from Director Rodney Jackson

Photo by Karen Czekalski As the Conservancy celebrates its 20th year of conservation and educational outreach efforts in 7 of the 12 snow leopard range countries, Founder and Director, Dr. Rodney Jackson takes [...]

Looking Back at 2019 – Our Annual Report

May 29th, 2020|Comments Off on Looking Back at 2019 – Our Annual Report

Feature Photo - BWCDO Photo - Tulgazana Darikhuu We are excited to present our 2019 Annual Report in a fun new flipbook format. It's filled with news from the Land of the [...]

Snow Leopard Trekking with Wild World India

April 15th, 2020|Comments Off on Snow Leopard Trekking with Wild World India

When you picture the CEO of a company, you think of a man or woman wearing a suit, seated behind an ornate wooden desk, where they spend their 9-to-5 day with only a window [...]

Elders and Youth for Conservation of the Snow Leopard in Kyrgyzstan

March 31st, 2020|Comments Off on Elders and Youth for Conservation of the Snow Leopard in Kyrgyzstan

Photo: © BridgingTheGaps.org Beyond Bishkek, (above) most of Kyrgystan’s people live in villages within the Tian Shan Mountain range. Traditionally Kyrgyz villagers would have turned to their respected elders when a problem arose. [...]

Welcome to the Newest Member of the Conservancy Staff

March 31st, 2020|Comments Off on Welcome to the Newest Member of the Conservancy Staff

Vice President Ashleigh Lutz-Nelson, is the newest member of the Snow Leopard Conservancy team. She brings with her 18 years of wildlife conservation experience. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree [...]

Facing Covid-19: Update from the Snow Leopard Conservancy

March 24th, 2020|Comments Off on Facing Covid-19: Update from the Snow Leopard Conservancy

Photo courtesy of Steve Tracy As we all face this unprecedented global Covid-19 challenge, we wanted to check in with our partners & friends. First, we hold you all in our thoughts and [...]

Announcement of Upcoming Publication of Searching for the Snow Leopard

March 11th, 2020|Comments Off on Announcement of Upcoming Publication of Searching for the Snow Leopard

We would like to announce the up-coming publication of a magical book containing stunningly beautiful photographs of snow leopards in their natural habitat. The images, taken by an outstanding group of award-winning photographers and [...]

Using Camera Trap Technology to Monitor Snow Leopards

March 11th, 2020|Comments Off on Using Camera Trap Technology to Monitor Snow Leopards

Camera-trap motion-sensitive photography is an effective non-invasive tool used for monitoring wildlife especially difficult-to-find, difficult-to-observe animals such as the snow leopard. Cameras are positioned where a snow leopard would be expected to visit. [...]

World Wildlife Day 2020 – “Sustaining All Life On Earth”

March 2nd, 2020|Comments Off on World Wildlife Day 2020 – “Sustaining All Life On Earth”

"On 20 December 2013, at its 68th session, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) proclaimed 3 March – the day of signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna [...]

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