July 1, 2017
the wreckage of wild goat

Using GPS data to track leopard’s prey preferences

Leopards are carnivores, but how much food do they need to meet their energy requirements? Equally important, what types of prey do they kill more often? […]
June 15, 2017
Eco-trips give locals a feel for the leopards

Eco-trips give locals a feel for the leopards

Many villagers live their lives around national parks, but almost none of them are allowed to visit the protected mountains nearby. In other words, what they […]
June 1, 2017
Unexpected leopard images

Unexpected leopard images

We are very experienced at finding leopards in protected areas, where they can roam safely. But when it comes to community lands under poaching pressure, it’s […]
May 21, 2017
attacking on livestock

How to deal with a problem leopard?

These days, thanks to the unique expertise we have at Future4Leopards Foundation to capture leopards, we are receiving phone calls that “there is a leopard here attacking […]
May 11, 2017
Leopards along borders

Leopards along borders

Comparatively little is known about the socio-spatial organisation of leopards and how it affects their probability of population persistence in west and central Asia, where the […]
May 1, 2017

What has been left by the poachers?

Conservation is about decisions and choices, and without science there is no way to take proper decisions. This is an underlying assumption of Future4Leopards Foundation – meaning […]