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100 Years of Snow Leopard Research
The snow leopard has captured the interest of wildlife biologists, conservationists and the communities around northern and central Asia’s high mountains for centuries.
What Does a Snow Leopard Researcher Do?
Samundra Subba is a research officer at WWF Nepal with a focus on large carnivores—primarily tigers and snow leopards.
Helen Freeman: The “Jane Goodall” of Snow Leopards
“Love at first sight,” is how conservationist Helen Freeman described meeting a pair of Earth’s rarest creatures one fateful day in 1972.
Snow Leopards & 6 More Animals You Can See in the Himalayas
The Himalayas are home to not only the snow leopard but also to the yak, golden eagle, bearded vulture and three large ungulates: bharal, ibex and urial.
How to Get a Picture of a Wild Himalayan Snow Leopard
Getting a photo of a wild snow leopard is no easy task, although it’s been made much easier in recent years—with the help of spotters and master trackers...