Snow Leopard Network

The Snow Leopard Network (SLN) is a worldwide organization dedicated to facilitating the exchange of information and insights between individuals around the world for the purpose of snow leopard conservation.

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SLN Webinar: Building and exchanging capacities in snow leopard research and conservation

SLN Webinar: Building and exchanging capacities in snow leopard research and conservation

In 2022 two projects in India and Kyrgyzstan were supported by the Snow Leopard Network Training Grants Program: “Volunteers for Nature: Developing and training local volunteers for nature education” led ...
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New Article to the Bibliography

New Article to the Bibliography

Please find details below of a new article added to our Bibliography: Title: Research trends and management options in human-snow leopard conflict Author: Rashid, W., Shi, J., Rahim, I. U., ...
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The Snow Leopard Network supports and administers the Snow Leopard Conservation Grants program. Proposals focusing on grassroots conservation or applied research are given priority for funding.

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Training Grants Program

We are pleased to announce the 2023 Call for Proposals for the Snow Leopard Training Grants Program which is designed to further strengthen snow leopard conservation and research, especially at the grassroots level. This is made possible through the generous support of the Pangje Foundation.

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Snow leopard REPORTS

SLN is excited to announce an annual ‘open-access’ journal entitled ‘Snow Leopard REPORTS’.

The first issue is expected to be out in the first half of 2023. We are excited to see your contributions!

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SLN Training Initiative

The snow leopard online research and conservation training course consist of a series of modules, each over a one month period, in which participants build their skills and knowledge on a range of critical snow leopard related conservation tools. Do join us!

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Webinars by our experts

We invite members to share and discuss latest ideas and developments through a series of Webinars.

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