Please note: This site can be accessed by using both wildleopard.net and wildtiger.org during the current Year of the Tiger. Scroll down to learn more about what we do and you can also navigate using the top and bottom of page menus. The latest update from Jack Kinross (the last for 2022) is HERE.

Please watch the short video below to get a feel for the issues and our work. Don’t forget to subscribe at the Mission Leopard YouTube Channel.

Welcome to Mission Leopard. Those of you who have recently visited or follow our work in other ways will know that for twelve months from 1 February 2022, the current Year of the Tiger, both wildleopard.net and wildtiger.org are parked at this site. The Indian leopard (panthera pardus fusca), the sub species facing serious challenges (read Snapshot) from habitat loss, poaching and human-leopard conflict, is currently our main concern as this leopard sub species suffers from high levels of persecution and lack of conservation emphasis. We’ll have a review of Mission Leopard in February 2023 (at the conclusion of the current Year of the Tiger) with emphasis on our efforts with a key solution, LeopardEye which you can read about below as well as understand other elements of our work from the main menu.

About the Leopard

Leopard Eye – Tools to help coexistence

Snapshot – Poaching and coexistence challenges major threats to the leopard

Education – Getting kids involved

Ecosystem Reboot

How you can help

Updates from Jack Kinross – Mission Leopard Coordinator