The Snow Leopard: Ghost Cat of the Mountains

This is an important time for snow leopards (Panthera uncia). In August, representatives from all 12 snow leopard range countries will be meeting in Kyrgyzstan for the Global Snow Leopard Summit. The Snow Leopard Trust has started a petition to urge the leaders at this meeting to strengthen their commitments to save snow leopards, which … More The Snow Leopard: Ghost Cat of the Mountains

On Snow Leopard Mountain – Beautiful Video

I have just stumbled upon a fantastic video from BBC Earth Unplugged. It features Tsewang Norboo of Ulley Village in Ladakh, India, who gives us a rare glimpse into his world. He discusses the shifting attitudes among Ladakhis towards wild animals, shares stories about his encounters with them, and highlights the importance of wildlife for … More On Snow Leopard Mountain – Beautiful Video

Survey Finds Rare Himalayan Wildlife in Northern India

The Snow Leopard Trust (SLT) has launched an impressive campaign to determine how many snow leopards (Panthera uncia) remain in the wild. As part of this effort, they teamed up with local partners to survey Kinnaur – a rugged landscape in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The results were more than satisfying. The SLT, Nature … More Survey Finds Rare Himalayan Wildlife in Northern India

Update from Belize

Hello everyone, it is wonderful to be writing again. I just wanted to give you a quick update on how my travels are progressing. I have now been in Belize for over a month, and I have had many adventures during that time. I spent three weeks performing archaeological work in the jungle (the Rio … More Update from Belize

The Journey Begins

It is now only four days until I leave for Belize. For those who are not aware, I am traveling to Belize to take part in an archaeology field school. I will be in the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management area from May 22 – June 19, taking part in archaeological excavations and studying Belizean culture. … More The Journey Begins