Rodney Jackson

1981 Laureate, Environment
United Kingdom, Born 1944

info@snowleopardconservancy.org

Mystery of snow leopard’s return to Everest

July 24, 2013

Many questions remain unanswered about the return of snow leopards to Mt Everest, says Rodney Jackson, arguably the world’s foremost expert on this endangered cat. “We assume these cats have come from Tibet, crossing the 5,716-metre Nampa La pass just to the west of Everest,” Jackson...

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Journal: September 15, 2010

October 11, 2010

The first camera traps have now been set out in the Argut Valley, near the Russia-Mongolia border and thought to harbor the Altai’s best snow leopard population. It’s a very remote area -- I had to ride a horse for 40 kilometers over difficult trails, along a...

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Journal: August 19, 2012

October 11, 2010

Mongolia in summer is very different from winter-time. Warm, green, with puffy clouds and outdoor events and everyone heading for the countryside from the city. Our group includes my partner Darla Hillard (SLC's Education Director), Dr. Apela Colorado an Native America elder who specializes in networking...

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Broadening horizons

April 27, 2009

Saving a forest or a species requires a multi-pronged plan that considers many factors. Three previous Rolex Laureates continue to expand their projects in order to accomplish their conservation goals. Anita Studer (1990 Laureate), Tomas Diagne (1998 Associate Laureate) and Rodney Jackson (1981 Laureate) have much in...

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