Orjan, with cute animal -not snow leopard! -back on the Snow Leopard Trust's Mongolia project. Photo from SLT Blog.

Orjan is a Swedish PhD student working at the base camp of the Snow Leopard Trust’s long-term research project in Mongolia. Last year he blogged about his work capturing, collaring and collecting valuable data from five of the wild cats.

The last few months he’s been away from the project but is now back for another six months of work adventures. Follow him as he blogs about snow leopards, Mongolia, the people, the culture, the freezing climate …and Chinese police dogs….on the Snow Leopard Trust’s Blog .

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  1. Glenn says:

    This must be an amazing experience to be able to help with the conservation efforts of the Snow Leopards first hand up in the mountains for a long period of time.

    Great work Orjan and look forward to hearing more about your research. I hope one day to be able to venture to Snow Leopard habitats and hopefully capture on camera one of these beautiful animals in the wild !

    Cheers,
    Glenn.

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