August 17, 2016
Conflict Leopard

Conflict scene inspected to prevent leopard persecution near Turkmenistan border

The Foundation team visited the site where a herd dog had reportedly been killed by a leopard at the request of our national partner, Khorasan Razavi […]
August 14, 2016
Persian Leopard in Turkmenistan

Borzou spotted again

The third leopard to have been collared in Tandoureh National Park, Borzou is an old male who carried a GPS collar for one year. The collar […]
July 19, 2016
During 2014, few hundreds of fecal samples were collected to understand dietary pattern of the leopards across three national parks in Northeastern Iran, Tandoureh, Sarigol, and Salouk. Elmira Sharbafi, a recent Master’s degree graduate in Biodiversity Management, who finished her thesis on leopard food habits in Iran using fecal analysis, joined the Project to share her expertise for illuminating dietary characteristics of the leopards in northeastern Iran. In addition, Iran Department of Environment lab has been extremely helpful to host the word and data collected. Thus far, more than 300 fecal samples have been analyzed. Such findings are essential ecological aspects of our Project, because they shed light on importance of different prey species across three National Parks for the leopard survival. Also, the research findings enable us to explore extant and intensity of human-leopard conflict to take proper actions to halt threats.

Study of leopard predation patterns in northeast Iran

During 2014, a few hundred fecal samples were collected to gain a better understanding of the dietary patterns of leopards across three national parks in northeastern […]
May 26, 2016

Ors-Sistan Protected Area: seminra held forlocal hunters

Although the Future4Leopards Foundation is conducting cutting-edge scientific work on the ground, the Foundation team and experts around the world are fully aware that science alone cannot […]
May 25, 2016

How many leopards roam in Tandoureh?

One of the oldest questions among experts and biologists in Iran is the size of the country’s leopard population, so the Foundation is putting in a […]
April 21, 2016

Visits to four reserves along the Iran–Turkmenistan border

Northeastern Iran – particularly the Iran–Turkmenistan borderlands – harbours some of the largest population cores of the Persian leopard in the Middle East. As the best […]