Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program Featured on ABC News Nightline

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Scientists estimate that between 3,500-7,000 snow leopards remain in the wild. To save them, we need your help. Make a contribution to Panthera’s Snow Leopard Conservation program now to ensure the future of the world’s endangered snow leopards.
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About the Program

On June, 4th, ABC News Nightline, aired an exclusive segment on Panthera’s Snow Leopard Program in Mongolia. Watch the Nightline video to see Panthera's Snow Leopard Program Executive Director, Dr. Tom McCarthy, track and collar a male snow leopard named 'Aztai' in Mongolia's Tost Mountains.

Learn how GPS collars help Panthera's scientists better conserve the elusive snow leopard by providing data about their range, behavior, and how they raise their young. Included in the segment is the first ever footage of a snow leopard mother and her cubs in a den in Mongolia taken by Panthera and the Snow Leopard Trust, and learn why the future of 'Asia's Mountain Ghost' remains precarious today and what Panthera is doing to conserve these secretive cats.

Read about this snow leopard conservation project in Mongolia - the longest and largest study of snow leopards ever undertaken in the country by Panthera and the Snow Leopard Trust.

First Ever Videos of Snow Leopard Mother and Cubs in Dens in Mongolia

Snow Leopard Cubs In Den

Snow Leopard Mother and Cub In Den

Panthera's Snow Leopard Scientist & Veterinarian Weigh Cubs In Den [Part 1]

Panthera's Snow Leopard Scientist & Veterinarian Weigh Cubs In Den [Part 2]

Panthera's Snow Leopard Scientist Approaches Den With Camera

Snow Leopard Camera Trap Photos – Mongolia

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