Fewer than 35 Amur leopards remain in the wild, and their habitats are under threat from logging, forest fires and land clearance for farming. We need to increase their numbers, and protect their forest home.
Make a real difference.
Adopt a leopard.
You can adopt three Amur leopards. Tolstyi is a male, and El'duga and Narva are females. They live in the province of Primoskii Krai in the far east of Russia. Their habitat is mainly forested, with many steep, eroding cliffs.
We will send you
A cuddly toy leopard (optional)
My Leopards and Wild World magazine 3 times a year
Fact book, certificate, print and more.
Choose a one-off payment
Your money could go further if you pay by monthly direct debit: this supports our long-term planning and helps to keep our administration costs down.
...you are her best hope of survival
How you can make a real difference
The Amur leopard is critically endangered. 80% of its range has reduced in just 19 years, prey numbers are dropping, and it is being poached for its beautiful skin and use of its bones in Chinese medicine. Your money can help us work towards:
- Increasing leopards numbers to a viable population of at least 50
- Reducing poaching and illegal trade of the leopards and their prey
- Establishing protected areas and wildlife 'corridors' to link areas of forest
- Promoting sustainable use of natural resources in the region
- Your support will also help fund other essential WWF conservation work around the world
Last minute gift?
No problem! If you are worried the adoption pack might not arrive in time, you will be able to print or email a gift certificate to give on the day.