Visit www.snowleopardconservancy.orgto learn more.
Please enjoy our two part conversation with Dr. Rodney Jackson of the Snow Leopard Conservancy.
What's in Part 1:
Where in Hollywood snow leopards have been represented
Rodney’s path to snow leopard conservation
How Rodney ended up in the Himalayas
Some behavior traits of the snow leopards
What's in Part 2:
Discussion on the challenges snow leopards are facing
What SLC is doing to combat these challenges
How SLC is working with communities to help people and snow leopards coexist peacefully
Snow Leopard Conservancy is granted the Darwin Initiative!
What gives Rodney hope for the future of snow leopards and wildlife
More information about Snow Leopards and The Snow Leopard Conservancy
2014 Wildlife Conservation Network Lecture on Snow Leopards:https://youtu.be/wskMwyel2SY
Jak Wonderly’s Snow Leopard Expedition: Wildlife Photographer traveled to India in January 2018-Here is his story: http://snowleopardconservancy.org/2018/06/25/searching-for-the-snow-leopard-jak-wonderlys-snow-leopard-expedition/#more-'
Photos clockwise from top left: Dr. Rodney Jackson in Hemis National Park, Ladakh, India. Photo credit: Karen Czekalski; Rodney and his wife Darla with snow leopard cub, Jackson. Photo credit: Robbi Pengally; Rodney with blue sheep killed by a snow leopard in Ladakh, India. Photo credit: SLC.