With a total wild population of approximately 70 individuals, the Amur leopard is possibly the most endangered big cat on Earth. Along with the Amur tiger they can only be found in the Russian Far East and northern China.

100% of all donations go to our field projects, meaning every donation makes a tangible difference. These are the 2015 projects we are supporting


The Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA) is formed of 15 international and Russian NGOs all working to support conservation of Amur leopards and tigers in the wild. ALTA channels money raised by the international zoo community, public and corporate sponsors to four implementing agencies working to save these magnificent and threatened animals.

More about ALTA


Mission Statement

Our mission is to protect the Amur leopard and tiger and their habitat. This can be achieved through:

  • Educating the public and raising awareness concerning the threats that these big cats face in the wild.

  • Working in tangent with the scientific community, zoos, international conservation organisations and individuals to raise significant funds to contribute to in situ conservation projects.

We need your help to continue this vital work to give these big cats a future, could you help us?

Get Involved

We will soon be inviting our implementing partners to submit their funding applications for 2016 projects and are really excited to continue supporting their invaluable work in the field. Please keep doing what you can to help us help them and make 2016 a memorable year for Amur leopards and tigers!

Tiger Day celebrations in Vladivostok

Tiger Day celebrations in Vladivostok



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