Snow leopard Webinars

Welcome to SLN’s snow leopard Webinar series from snow leopard researchers and conservations across the world. Our guest speakers share with you the latest developments in both science and conservation policy and practice across the snow leopard range. A brief inspiring talk is followed by a discussion period where we explore ideas in further depth, drawing on our resource person’s experience and knowledge. 

The SLN Webinars have three threads: Country Updates; Science & Conservation Perspectives; and Paper Discussions. Scroll down to watch the latest Webinars from both 2020- 2022.

 

Drivers of snow leopard poaching and illegal trade in Pakistan

Drivers of snow leopard poaching and illegal trade in Pakistan

Please join us in welcoming our guest speaker Fathul Bari from the University of Chitral, who shares updates on this ...
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Women and Voices from Periphery

Women and Voices from Periphery

The high Himalayan landscape in Himachal Pradesh is fascinating geography with unique biodiversity. The communities share a rich understanding of ...
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From climate to carnivores: the transitions of a change

From climate to carnivores: the transitions of a change

Major climatic changes have occurred on a number of occasions, with over 50 such changes taking place in the Pleistocene ...
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Women & Community Conservation

Women & Community Conservation

Across the range, snow leopards and people share space. Engaging with local communities is essential for snow leopard conservation. Community ...
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50 years of Conservation for the Eurasian lynx

50 years of Conservation for the Eurasian lynx

Watch SLN's final webinar of 2021. More information about our guests can be found HERE ...
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Women & Science

Women & Science

The challenges presented by the current environmental crisis require a diversity of perspectives and capacities to achieve human well-being and ...
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Climate Change & Snow Leopards

Climate Change & Snow Leopards

Climate change is perhaps the overarching threat to snow leopards and their habitat. Knowledge about its impact on the species, ...
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Birds in snow leopard habitats

Birds in snow leopard habitats

This Webinar describes the remarkable diversity of bird life in snow leopard habitats and highlight how conserving the unique high ...
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Snow Leopard Conservation in the Kyrgyz Republic

Snow Leopard Conservation in the Kyrgyz Republic

The Snow Leopard Network is pleased to invite you to the next episode in the Country Update Series. This webinar ...
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Over 100 Years of Snow Leopard Research

Over 100 Years of Snow Leopard Research

The presenters – Rishi Sharma and Rashmi Singh – have undertaken a review of all published research on snow leopards ...
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Snow Leopard Individual Identification- Increasing precision in camera-trap abundance estimates?

Snow Leopard Individual Identification- Increasing precision in camera-trap abundance estimates?

SLN welcomes its Steering Committee member Orjan Johansson who introduces a recent publication on the scope of potential mis-identifications errors ...
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Snow Leopard Conservation in Wakhan, Afghanistan

Snow Leopard Conservation in Wakhan, Afghanistan

SLN is pleased to welcome Mr. Sorosh Poya Faryabi and Dr. Eve Bohnett for this special Country Update. The Wakhan ...
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Snow leopards in Nepal: Satellite Telemetry Update

Snow leopards in Nepal: Satellite Telemetry Update

SLN welcomes Samundra Subba and Sheren Shrestha from WWF Nepal in this further update from teams working in Nepal. Orjan ...
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Snow leopard & Tibetan brown bear conservation and research

Snow leopard & Tibetan brown bear conservation and research

In this first webinar of 2021 we travel to the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau with a young team of researchers who are ...
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How the Tost mountains, Mongolia became a protected haven for snow leopards

How the Tost mountains, Mongolia became a protected haven for snow leopards

This is a story of protecting the Tost Mountains from being given away under mining licenses. The story had a ...
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The timing of breeding and independence for snow leopard females and their cubs

The timing of breeding and independence for snow leopard females and their cubs

This talk is a continuation of our series entitled “Snow Leopard Conversations”. The series aims to showcase the latest science ...
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Using a genetic lens to understand endangered species

Using a genetic lens to understand endangered species

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Uma Ramakrishnan for this thematic discussion on how genetics can be brought to bear ...
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Snow leopard research and conservation in the Russian Federation

Snow leopard research and conservation in the Russian Federation

Russia is host to a unique snow leopard population found at the most northern latitudes of the range, in areas ...
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The global status of snow leopard threats and opportunities for conservation

The global status of snow leopard threats and opportunities for conservation

Our SLN Steering Committee member – Dr. Juan Li – gives a brief overview presentation on the global status of ...
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Not all large carnivores are the same: predators, prey and the snow leopard

Not all large carnivores are the same: predators, prey and the snow leopard

We are delighted to welcome Dr. Francesco Ferretti and Dr. Sandro Lovari who explore a number of hypothesises on how ...
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