Nepalese snow leopard on camera

Young snow leopard

From the WWF today:

Camera traps installed by WWF in the Nepalese Himalayas have captured their first picture of an endangered snow leopard. The cameras are part of a community monitoring project that will help WWF estimate number of snow leopards in area and determine the best way to conserve them.

First Amur tiger captured by camera trap in Wandashan mountains: here.

Russian reserve created for Amur leopard and tiger: here.

Blue sheep protected from hunters in Nepal: here.

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