30 May 2020

Learning about Snow Leopard Conservation in Pakistan

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About this episode

  Language: English   Duration: 18mins 20secs
 Partners: Baltistan Wildlife Conservation and Development Organization

This podcast features Ghulam Mohammad of Baltistan Wildlife Conservation and Development Organization (BWCDO), an Equator Prize winning non-profit in Pakistan working to ensure that vulnerable snow leopards and humans coexist in harmony.

About our guest

Ghulam Mohammad is the Chief Executive Officer of the Baltistan Wildlife Conservation and Development Organization (BWCDO). BWCDO is a non-profit organization in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Since 1999, BWCDO has been working to ensure that snow leopards and humans coexist in harmony, since the snow leopard is classified as “vulnerable” on the IUCN Red List.

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