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Snow Leopard Trust awarded $15,000 by Idaho zoo’s conservation fund

Boise votes for snow leopards!We are pleased to announce that the Snow Leopard Trust was selected to receive a grant from the Zoo Boise Conservation Fund. The source of the funds was the community, and the public had the chance to decide which projects would receive funding. The Snow Leopard Trust was a favorite among the voters and was awarded $15,000! Thank you Zoo Boise Conservation Fund and thank you to all the people who voted for protecting snow leopards! http://www.blog.snowleopard.org/?p=464------------Learn more about big cats and Big Cat Read More

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Kansas zoo’s snow leopards enjoying the cooler weather

Snow leopards waiting for a visitPublished 11/20/2009 in Commentary : ColumnsThis is a great time of the year to visit the zoo. As the weather starts to cool down, many of our animals become more active.I'm sure we have all experienced the overwhelming heat of summer when the only thing that sounds good is relaxing in a shady pool of water. At the zoo, we make sure to provide many opportunities for our animals to do just that.We also give them special ice treats and indoor areas to keep them comfortable through the hot summer days. No matter how Read More

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Vodka sales will benefit Snow Leopard Trust

Snow Leopard raises glass to Whyte & Mackay fundraisingBy SHAUN MILNE ONE of Scotland’s largest whisky makers has unveiled a partnership with what’s claimed to be the world’s first ethically distilled VODKA. Glasgow-based Whyte & Mackay say it is donating 15% from profits of Snow Leopard to support the Snow Leopard Trust. The vodka itself has been a rare sight, selling just 1000 cases a year, after being founded by owner Stephen Sparrow. He’s already helped raise £15,000 for the charity supporting the big cat he named the drink Read More

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Photographer donates proceeds to Snow Leopard Trust

Photographer to Donate Proceeds from Award-Winning Snow Leopard Photograph to the Snow Leopard TrustNewswireToday - /newswire/ - Seattle, WA, United States, 03/18/2009 - Proceeds from "Endangered Beauty," the snow leopard portrait by acclaimed Fine Art Photographer, Stephen W. Oachs, will be used to promote awareness of this remarkable endangered species through an artistic partnership with the Snow Leopard Trust. Photographer, Stephen W. Oachs, is honored to have his photograph contribute to the important mission of the Snow Leopard Trust, Read More