Archive for December, 2012

 

Camera traps confirm presence of Pallas Cat

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Snow leopard survey cameras confirm the presence of Pallas Cats in an area where there had been no previous photographic evidence of their existence in the area. Stout and pushy: It uses low vegetation and rocky terrain for cover Source: http://www.kuenselonline.com/2011/?p=38488 By Passang Norbu Trap camera image Wangchuck Centennial Park: Camera traps, set up to […]

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SLN member’s conservation plan reported in National Geographic

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SLN member Shafqat Hussain proposes creating protected areas for Snow Leopards in Pakistan. Source: National Geographic News http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/10/121009-snow-leopards-conservation-big-cats-animals-science/ By Christine Dell’Amore Snow Leopards Need to be Protected… But How? One conservationist has a radial new plan – treating the rare cat as a “domesticated” animal. The snow leopard in Pakistan is an endangered species. The […]

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