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Snow Leopard Trust says thank you

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The Snow Leopard Trust works to protect this endangered cat through community-based conservation projects


The Snow Leopard Trust works to protect this endangered cat through community-based conservation projects.

The Snow Leopard Trust have dedicated 1 May 2018 as a Spot-tacular!   It’s an online day to thanking its supporters and recognising them as an integral part of their team.

To celebrate, they are sharing their annual Impact Report

The support the Trust’s supporters have provided have meant that…..

There’s more information here but it’s great to hear from a charity of the impact support has. 

Visit the Snow Leopard Trust’s website to see how you can make a difference to these magnificent animals here.

Spring into Action

The Snow Leopard Trust  is currently working to raise $60,000 to expand their programmes and they are running appeals for a couple of projects:

One to support wildlife rangers - Help equip and pay two rangers who patrol the Shamshy Wildlife Sanctuary in Kyrgyzstan to prevent illegal hunting and monitor wildlife populations

Counting the cats – they are looking to come up with a solid estimate of the snow leopard population in Himachal Pradesh, one of five Indian states which have snow leopards

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