Reviewing the past year and a look forward to 2022

Snow leopard on the prowl. Photo by Snow Leopard Conservancy

Here we are, nearing the end of December, and it’s time to review another challenging year and look forward to 2022. We all thought 2021 was going to be the year when we could say “post-pandemic”, didn’t we?! Once again, we are so grateful to our donors and funders for their support. You have been…

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Unexpected success

Three people standing in a row looking at the same distant thing with their binoculars. They are in an arid mountain valley

2018 did not go as expected. Given global politics, we had anticipated a very difficult year; instead we’ve had one of our most successful years to date.

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Fall 2017 Updates

Snow leopard making a scrape with its hind legs at a marking site

Earlier this summer, researchers obtained camera-trap photos of a mother with three adolescent kittens at her side traversing a hillside and strengthened their knowledge of 25+ individual cats in Altai Republic! 

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Highlights from a 2015 trip to Altai

Each time I travel to Altai, the trips combine field work and office meetings, and I try to meet as many people as possible to gain new perspectives. This year was no exception.

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A Note from Jennifer Castner

Many of you are aware of the conflict in Ukraine, Russia’s role in that conflict, and Russia’s complicated image on the global commons. You may also know that President Putin and his government are continuing to actively limit freedom of the media, freedom of association, free speech, civil rights, and undermine previously effective environmental and…

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