Welcome to the Global Leopard Project. This organisation is concerned with the protection of all leopards of the world with a focus on the African leopard. On these pages you will learn about the plight of leopards around the world and learn what is being done to save them by means of field research. You will find research articles and other information on these web pages. Feel free to browse and contribute to the preservation of this wonderful cat.
Our vision of the Global Leopard Project (GLP) is to internationalise the plight of the Leopard through communication and research. Through co-operation, understanding of the Leopard is possible on a global scale. If we all become aware of the difficult situation that is facing the future of many Leopards worldwide, then we can all play a role together to ensure that the relationship between people and predator remains positive thus contributing to the Leopards survival as the earth undergoes constant changes.
Latest Newsletter Available
The latest newsletter for 2011 is now available to download from the Newsletters page. This newsletter gives an update on the whole of 2011.
New Article Available
The latest article to be published, Sustainable Hunting, is now available to download from the Published Articles page. This article details how the hunting or destruction of problems leopards can be managed in a sustainable manner.
Leopard ID Kits
Leopard ID Kits of the Erindi leopards are now available from the corresponding menus on the left.
Have fun identifying leopards using these ID Kits.
Leopard Family Trees
Interactive family trees of the Erindi and Londolozi leopards are now available from the corresponding menus on the left.
Have fun exploring the leopard families and trace your favourite leopard's lineage.