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SNOW LEOPARD NETWORK

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.

We are pleased to announce a newly updated version of the SLSS has been released as of October 2014.

Click here to access the 2014 Updated Snow Leopard Survival Strategy (SLSS)

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 Program

The Snow Leopard Network supports and administers the Snow Leopard Conservation Grants program. This grants program is designed to support conservation, research and conservation education efforts on snow leopards that addresses the priority needs identified in the Snow Leopard Survival Strategy (SLSS). Proposals focusing on grassroots conservation or applied research are viewed preferentially.

When the 2015 call for proposals opens, it will be posted here.

If you have any questions, please contact us at grants@snowleopardnetwork.org

 

International versions: Urdu, Hindi & Mongolian coming soon!
SLN News
International Snow Leopard Day 2014
The SLN celebrates by launching the updated Snow Leopard Survival Strategy.
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Smartphone app helps identify illegal wildlife products
WCS scientist develops app to help law enforcement identify wildlife products and endangered animals being illegally sold in two SL range countries and elsewhere.
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SL Conservation Grants Recipients Finish First Phase of Project
Congratulations to the SL Conservation Grants recipients from Kazakh National University, University of Queensland, and University of Cumbria for completing the first phase of their project and having it reported in the press.
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