Wild Snow Leopard Cubs Found in Den

Press release. Seattle, 6/26/2019 Snow leopards remain one of the least well understood big cat species. In the wild, very little is known about their reproductive cycle, birth and survival rates and other key demographic parameters that will determine their chances at survival against a growing number of threats. But through the Snow Leopard Conservation […]

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A Snow Leopard Family Stroll

[embedded content] This footage was taken by a camera trap set up by a local team from Nature Conservation Foundation, in partnership with the Snow Leopard Trust and the Himachal Pradesh Forest Department. Our camera trapping work in Himachal Pradesh is part of an ongoing effort to estimate the snow leopard population of this state in […]

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Snow Leopards Confirmed in Mongolia’s Khorkh Mountains for the First Time

“During the time of communist rule in Mongolia, until 1990, there were regular reports of local people seeing snow leopards in the Khorkh mountains. But since 1990, we hadn’t heard of any confirmed sightings”, says Puji Lkhagvajav, research coordinator for the Snow Leopard Trust in Mongolia. “Now, our camera traps have captured multiple snow leopards, […]

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