Conserving Big Cats Works: Proof Published from South African Leopard Field Study
Guided by Dr. Luke Hunter and Guy Balme from Panthera, the research is the most comprehensive study on leopards ever conducted, specifically in terms of the length of study, the number of leopards collared and the outputs generated from the research. Since inception, 64 leopards have been collared (the highest recorded in previous studies was 31), over 13000 locations logged and more than 1600 direct leopard observations made.
Searching for leopards in the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa: here.
First leopard spotted on newly created wildlife reserve in South Africa: here.