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The injured leopard of Gilan province of northern Iran, called Arezoo by the wildlife activists, after the name of Arezoo Sanei (Executive Director of ALSS) because of efforts to rescue the cat from misdiagnosis of the veterinarian in charge leading the cat to euthanasia, released back to the wild today after complete recovery. // Video: Gilan provincial DoE // Relative news: https://lnkd.in/dNbarrT


Visits to the leopard habitats in Lorestan province together with provincial DoE General Director, wildlife wardens and provincial DoE staff to launch a new participatory project on the Persian leopard in Zagros mountainous region


 

Acknowledging the executive director of the Asian Leopard Specialist Society because of

developing the innovative Persian Leopard National Insurance Program in Iran


 

Dashtestan Persian Leopard Project

Camera Trapping Summary Video


Dr. Taghi Ebtekar 2016 award has been dedicated to the executive director of the Asian Leopard Specialist Society because of years of research and awareness raising activities for the Persian leopard in Iran


Opening ceremony for the Persian leopard pilot conservation program in Dashtestan Township, Boushehr province - Photo: A. Feizollahi, October 2015


Happy Nowruz 1394 to all who celebrate it as the new year event

In this year, we will dedicate our activities specifically to the "Research & Empowerment" concerning the Persian leopards in Iran


 Second Course of the Persian Leopard Regional Workshops -  2014

Watch Opening Ceremony Clip


Video of a leopard in Golestan NP, Iran

Credit: S. Roshanian 2013


AlSS activities in the New Year 1393 is dedicated to the “Participatory Conservation” to save the Persian Leopard in Iran

Happy Nowruz


 

A Malaysian Leopard


Special issue dedicated to the Persian and Malayan leopards, Asia Life Sciences, 2011

 
 Front cover: Malaysian leopard (Panthera pardus delacouri), Photo: Arezoo Sanei

 

Contents of the issue:

- Introductory article: Zakaria M. and Sanei A. 2011. Conservation and management prospects of the Persian and Malayan leopards. Asia Life Sciences Supplment 7: 1-5
- Sanei A. and Zakaria M. 2011. Distribution pattern of the Persian leopard (Panthera pardus saxicolor) in Iran. Asia Life Sciences Supplement 7: 7-18.
- Sanei A., Zakaria M. and Hermidas Sh. 2011. Prey composition in the Persian leopard distribution range in Iran. Asia Life Sciences Supplement 7: 19-30.
- Sanei A. and Zakaria M. 2011. Survival of the Persian leopard (Panthera pardus saxicolor) in Iran: primary threats and human-leopard conflicts. Asia Life Sciences Supplement 7: 31-39.
- Sanei, A. and Zakaria, M. 2011. Occupancy status of leopard prey species in a disturbed fragmented forest in Selangor, Malaysia. Asia Life Sciences. Supl. 7: 41-55.
- Sanei, A. and Zakaria, M. 2011. Impacts of human disturbances on the habitat use by the Malayan leopard in a fragmented secondary forest, Malaysia. Asia Life Sciences. Supl. 7.
Full articles are available from the following links:

Persian leopard articles

Malaysian leopard articles


During our recent project in Iran, we embarked on identifying persons from local communities mostly from livestock-leopard conflict areas who take a part in conserving this species. Earlier we had acknowledged a person from Rashvanlou village because of saving a leopard while he was injured. Mr. Azimi from North Khorasan province, Mr. Ansari from Qazvin province, Mr. Zahedi from Boushehr province and Mr. Gol Mohammadi from Golestan province were invited to our regional Persian leopard workshops and acknowledged by director general of the Provincial DoE offices of North Khorasan, West Azarbaijan, Boushehr and Golestan provinces as well as Asian Leopard Specialist Society. Two other persons including Dr. Masoud Shakiba and a senior ranger from Marakan P.A., one of the few remaining leopard habitats in West Azarbaijan province, were acknowledged because of their attempts for the Persian leopards during the last years. We believe there are many more people in local communities who really care about this species in their surroundings and their efforts to save wildlife species in their region should be acknowledged. We have great feed backs from local communities in some of these regions after appreciation ceremonies. This was done during our recent project in co-operation with DoE provincial offices of mentioned provinces as well as SGP. The true idea of acknowledging local communities during the workshops was first mentioned by Mr. B. Jafaari, wildlife expert of North Khorasan DoE. We must thank everyone involved in this work.

A Famer Who Saved A Persian Leopard In North East Of Iran (Watch Movie)

Persian leopard conservation in Iran: regional workshops


Title: Leopard distribution in North-Eastern Iran in relation to escalating human pressures and prey resources

 

 

Photo Story- ALSS Persian Leopard Project-2011/2012

Watch Persian leopards and their coexisted species in Northeastern Iran video captured in our recent surveys



Title: Assessment of the Persian leopard conservation priorities: habitat suitability and local communities' awareness raising programs (Phase 1: Persian leopard regional workshops)

 


Assessment of the Persian leopard status in Iran-2002 to 2006