International Snow Leopard Day is observed on October 23. Every year International Snow Leopard Day is observed on October 23. The day is celebrated to increase awareness on protecting and preserving the Snow Leopards on the earth.’
This day was first celebrated on 2014, after the signing of the Bishkek declaration on the conservation of the snow leopards during the First Global Snow Leopard forum in Bishkek, the capital of Krygyzstan in 2013.
Snow Leopard Conservation centre:
The Uttarakhand State Government is to develop India’s first Snow Leopard Conservation centre. The centre is to be developed by the Uttarakhand forest department and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
- First International Snow Leopard Day is observed on – 2014
- India’s first Snow Leopard Conservation centre established in – Uttarakhand
- International Tiger Day is observed on – July 29
- Global Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Protection Programme organised by which ministry? – Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
- World Animal Day is observed on which date? – October 4
- World Lab Animal Day is observed on – April 24
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