Media Gallery

Silent Roar

National Geographic 2016 HD

Veteran filmmaker Hugh Miles conducts an expedition into the Himalayas in search of the elusive snow leopard. Snow Leopard Conservancy founder Rodney Jackson is the technical advisor on this expedition and is featured in this film which documents the capturing of some of the first ever live video footage of snow leopard behavior in the wild, utilizing trail cameras which the cats triggered when they passed through a laser.

Leopard in the Land

Documentary 2015

Artist and Disney designer Joe Rohde sets out on a month-long horseback expedition across the Altai Mountains of Western Mongolia with the intention of painting large-scale landscapes to raise funds for Snow Leopard conservation. Facing blizzards, rebellious camels, and the rapidly approaching Mongolian winter, it is a pilgrimage that explores why we travel, how we interact with the world, and the monumental effect that it has on everything else – including the elusive and enigmatic snow leopard.

Snow Leopard Scouts

A network of teenage Scouts in the Himalaya of Nepal who help mitigate people-wildlife conflicts, spread the word on species and ecosystem protection, promote conservation, and actually monitor snow leopards via remote camera-traps and other means. They have also recently begun installing Foxlight electronic deterrent devices to protect livestock against predation by snow leopards and other animals.

WCN Wildlife Conservation Expo

In the fall of each year, the Snow Leopard Conservancy’s conservation partner, the Wildlife Conservation Network (WCN), holds their Wildlife Conservation Expo in San Francisco, California. The Expo provides a unique opportunity for supporters of wildlife to come together with some of the world’s leading conservationists. In addition to speaking one-on-one with the conservationists and their teams at their individual booths, attendees are able to choose from a wide variety of fascinating presentations.  Dr. Rodney Jackson as one of the presenters speaks about snow leopard conservation and the work done by the Conservancy and its partners in the field.

Dr. Rodney Jackson and Conservancy partner Rinzin Lama from Nepal speak on behalf of the Snow Leopard Conservancy at the WCN Wildlife Conservation Expo in October 2018.

Dr. Rodney Jackson speaks on behalf of the Snow Leopard Conservancy at the WCN Wildlife Conservation Expo in October 2014.

The Indianapolis Prize

Dr. Rodney Jackson was chosen as a finalist for the Indianapolis Prize, the World’s leading award for animal conservation, five times between the years 2008 and 2018. “The Indianapolis Prize recognizes and rewards conservationists who have achieved major victories in advancing the sustainability of animal species.” (https://www.indianapoliszoo.com/prize/about/)

Indianapolis Prize 2008

Indianapolis Prize 2018

Camera Trap Photography

Art & Poetry Contest “Capture the Spirit of the Snow Leopard” Honorable Mentions