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6 most vulnerable Himalayan Wildlife that needs your help

The Himalayas have captured people’s imaginations for centuries. It’s a region of stunning landscapes and incredible diversity. Stretching over 2,500km, the Himalayas is home to millions of people and hundreds of unique species.  980 more words


Snow leopards and sustainability

Jonny’s recent presentation on his research at the 17th Student Conference on Conservation Science at the University of Cambridge, 22nd – 24th March.

Presentation abstract (summary) 209 more words

Snow Leopard

Saving Snow Leopards

The Snow Leopard Trust is a non-profit organization based out of Seattle, Washington that was founded in 1981 by Helen Freeman. Helen was a volunteer at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo when they received their first two snow leopards. 518 more words

Big Cats

What is the Snow Leopard's Biggest Threat?

There isn’t a poaching crisis for these big cats, unlike their feline fellows in Africa. But climate change is a real threat.

Snow leopards live in rocky mountain ranges in Central Asia and this high-altitude habitat is very, very vulnerable to rising temperatures. 212 more words



Over the last few days I have been trawling through my photo archives and thought I’d share a few.

The swallowtail was fluttering around the village of Collonges la Rouge in France. 72 more words

Local (To Me !!!)

Painting Level: Raising Awarness - Snow Leopard

Snow leopards inhabit alpine and subalpine areas in the mountain ranges of Central and South Asia, at elevations from 3,000 to 4,500 m.

Smaller than other big cats, weighing between 27 and 55 kg, they are mainly known for their beautiful long coat, with shades of white, grey and black, perfectly designed for a camouflaged living in an alpine, cold environment. 210 more words