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The Snow Leopard Network is a worldwide organization dedicated to facilitating the exchange of information between individuals around the world for the purpose of snow leopard conservation. Our membership includes leading snow leopard experts in the public, private, and non-profit sectors.

The main goal of this organization is to implement the Snow Leopard Survival Strategy (SLSS), which offers a comprehensive analysis of the issues facing snow leopard conservation today.

The SLN also maintains a Snow Leopard Bibliography, which provides our members with access to scholarly articles on snow leopards and related issues.

Snow Leopard Conservation Grant Recipients

We are very pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 Snow Leopard Conservation Grants:

Ambika Khatiwada:
Scaling up community managed livestock insurance schemes for snow leopards in Nepal

Yelizaveta Protas & Aromov Bakhtiyor:
Camera trap survey of snow leopards in Uzbekistan

Tsering Angmo:
Expanding Snow Leopard Conservation Education Program in the Ladakh Trans-Himalaya

Rebecca Watters:
Confirming Snow Leopard Presence in Hovsgol Aimag, Mongolia

Carol Esson:
Maximising One Health Approaches to Enable Detection of Emerging Disease Threats in a Changing World

Ian Convery:
Fuzzy Logic modeling of Snow Leopard Populations in response to threats from climate change

Prawesh Gautam:
A research proposal on the impact of climate change on snow leopards studied via retreating glaciers and receding snow lines

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NEW Global Snow Leopard Forum Page

On 22-23 October 2013, prominent members of the snow leopard conservation community met in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz Republic for the Global Snow Leopard Forum (GSLF).

Read more about it and download the documents at our dedicated Global Snow Leopard Forum Page.

The purpose of the GSLF was to endorse a new global program to save the snow leopard and the mountain ecosystems of Central and South Asia where they live, which proved very successful.

The Bishkek Declaration on Snow Leopard Conservation and the Global Snow Leopard Ecosystem Recovery Program (GSLEP) were agreed at the GSLF, which both represent significant progress in snow leopard conservation.


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SLN News
A number of accomplishments have been made recently in terms of capturing photographs of snow leopards:

First Successful Snow Leopard Hunt Captured
Photographer Adam Riley captured an impressive series portraying the first known successful snow leopard hunt to be captured by photograph.
Trap Cameras in Kyrgyzstan
First ever trap camera photos of snow leopards in Kyrgyzstan have been released by the Snow Leopard Trust
Trap Camera Photos from Pakistan
SLN member captures images of snow leopards in Pakistan as part of a larger survey.
First Ever Camera Trap Photos from Uzbekistan
Panthera and WWF capture camera trap images from Uzbekistan.
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