Namaste, Jack here, welcome and be involved as we strive for better coexistence between people and the leopard…

1 July 2020 – Brief update. Please also read previous updates and blog information below:

An unprecedented frequency of incidents including leopard body parts seizures, leopards caught in snares and retaliation killings (leopards killed during conflict situations) has meant I’ve had to put extra focus on #AntiSnare which will have updates here and at WildTiger during July.

The latest blog posts HERE about an incredibly important court case and a post HERE  explaining a little about why I must show images like the one below, the situation is deadly serious. More about the ‘The Importance of Leopards’ concept in that post as well as further down this page.

UPDATE 20 June 2020 – This site is currently transitioning to the The Importance of Leopards concept which will include an eBook series of the same name. Our social media sites as well as WildTiger will announce the changes. The concept will be the basis of our new support platform due for completion later in July 2020. If you’d like to offer support in the meantime please contact

“When I’m not in the jungle I’m often writing. I’m usually writing about the jungle”

Many thanks to those who have followed my blog platforms over the last decade. 2020 marks a new resolve in a crucial period for the leopard and wildlife in general. The latest posts are to the right if you are on PC or Mac and at the bottom if you are on a mobile device. For information on our coexistence work ‘Living with Big Cats’ go to WildTiger.

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Once again, thanks to those who follow, support and care about the issues I write about here motivating our work at WildTiger.

This is an incredibly important time for the leopard and so many other wildlife species. Join me and work together to safeguard these magnificent animals. Thank you for caring and my regards to all as we go forward.