Amur leopard: amur leopard and tiger alliance


Amur leopards are only found in the Russian Far East and North East China, and with a total wild population of approximately 70 individuals, the Amur leopard is possibly the world’s most endangered big cat. 

The Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA) is a coalition of 15 international and Russian non-governmental organizations working to support conservation of Amur leopards and tigers in the wild. ALTA channels money raised by the international zoo community, as well as public and corporate donations, to four agencies working to save these magnificent animals – the Zoological Society of London, the Wildlife Conservation Society, the Phoenix Fund and Wildlife Vets International. 100% of all donations go to their field projects. 

To learn more, see altaconservation.org