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GPS tracking vital to protecting endangered big cats. Here’s why
The recent satellite collaring for the first time of a female snow leopard in Nepal shows why tracking is important.

The Ghosts of the Mountains caught on film by WWF researchers
Rinjan Shrestha, Conservation Scientist for WWF’s Eastern Himalayas Programme shares his experience from a recent expedition to track and count snow leopards in Nepal. Counting snow leopards is crucial to the survival of this elusive big cat.

A journey to Nepal
In an effort to understand WWF’s global conservation work, two keen WWF-Canada employees flew across the world to visit WWF-Nepal. This series highlights what they learned on this adventure.

Spotlight on the snow leopard: The Day I Tricked the Ghosts of the Mountains (Part 2)
Rinjan Shrestha, a conservation scientist with WWF, has been studying snow leopards for the past 10 years. Join him in a special six-part blog series on the snow leopard, the most mysterious member of the world’s big cats.

Spotlight on the snow leopard: The day I tricked the ghosts of the mountains (Part 1)
Rinjan Shrestha, a conservation scientist with WWF, has been studying snow leopards for the past 10 years. Join him in a special six-part blog series on the snow leopard, the most mysterious member of the world’s big cats.