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Protecting Snow Leopards in Remote Zanskar, Northern India

December 14th, 2018|Comments Off on Protecting Snow Leopards in Remote Zanskar, Northern India

Zanskar was once an independent kingdom. Its remoteness is underlined by the one four-wheel-drive road in, traversing a 14,436 foot pass. The road is closed in winter. Then, the only lifeline for the 10,000 or [...]

Reviving Indigenous Practices for Protecting Snow Leopards

November 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Reviving Indigenous Practices for Protecting Snow Leopards

by Darla Hillard The Land of the Snow Leopard (LOSL) Network, now in its third year, is part of a groundbreaking collaboration between Western and Indigenous science. Our goal is to create pathways for Indigenous [...]

Indianapolis Prize Gala 2018

November 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Indianapolis Prize Gala 2018

Photo of the Indianapolis Prize Gala courtesy of the Indianapolis Prize Conservation's greatest heroes gathered September 29, for the Indianapolis Prize Gala, celebrating those protecting wild things and wild places! Dr. Rodney Jackson, [...]

Tashi R. Ghale selected as a 2018 Disney Conservation Hero

November 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Tashi R. Ghale selected as a 2018 Disney Conservation Hero

We would like to congratulate our partner, Wildlife Photographer & Citizen Scientist, Tashi Ghale, who has been selected as a 2018 Disney Conservation Hero. He received the award for his dedication to conservation of Snow [...]

Youth Raise Money for Snow Leopards

September 14th, 2018|Comments Off on Youth Raise Money for Snow Leopards

Three boys from the UK recently raised money for snow leopards. Nine-year-old Sonny Jenkin did a sponsored sea swim while his 5-year-old brother Fynn and their friend, Fabian Giltsoff, sold homemade pizza on their local [...]

Snow Leopard Magazine, Volume 4 – June 2018

September 8th, 2018|Comments Off on Snow Leopard Magazine, Volume 4 – June 2018

We are pleased to share Volume 4 of The Snow Leopard Magazine, published in June 2018 by the Snow Leopard Conservancy’s partners in Nepal. This year's edition contains many interesting articles, including one written by the [...]

Shan: Coexistence with Snow Leopards

September 7th, 2018|Comments Off on Shan: Coexistence with Snow Leopards

Visual artist and writer, Susan Leibik, traveled to Ladakh, India, in search of the snow leopard which she relates was a transformative experience. She was able to capture the snow leopard both visually in her [...]

New Faces at the Snow Leopard Conservancy

September 6th, 2018|Comments Off on New Faces at the Snow Leopard Conservancy

Charleen Gavette recently joined the Conservancy team as Program Officer. She is responsible for day-to-day oversight of the Conservancy’s field programs, capacity-building, and reporting. Charleen has been a long-time Conservancy volunteer, assisting with GIS modeling of [...]

Snow Leopard to be Mascot for 2018 World Nomad Games

July 27th, 2018|Comments Off on Snow Leopard to be Mascot for 2018 World Nomad Games

The World Nomad Games were initiated by the government of Kyrgyzstan, to highlight and preserve the world’s nomadic cultures and historical heritage through the revival of traditional games and competitions. By making Snow Leopard the mascot, the [...]

Rodney Jackson on BeProvided Conservation Radio

July 26th, 2018|Comments Off on Rodney Jackson on BeProvided Conservation Radio

Photo Credit: Karen Czekalski. Rodney Jackson, Founder and Director of the Snow Leopard Conservancy recently spoke with Marcia Sivek of BeProvided Conservation Radio about his life’s work in snow leopard conservation. In Part 1 of [...]

Jak Wonderly’s Snow Leopard Expedition

June 25th, 2018|Comments Off on Jak Wonderly’s Snow Leopard Expedition

Wildlife photographer Jak Wonderly traveled to India in January 2018 on a photographic expedition. Read about his amazing adventure as he searched for the elusive snow leopard. The eight thousand mile journey had brought me to [...]

Snow Leopard Russia Census

June 14th, 2018|Comments Off on Snow Leopard Russia Census

WWF Russia has announced the snow leopard census results. The population of the snow leopard in key population groups in Russia is up to 61 snow leopards, including 23 cubs in 11 litters, according to latest [...]

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