Persian Leopard

Leopard season

Persian leopard is among the largest subspecies of leopard worldwide, however unfortunately it is under endangered status in much of its range. Persian leopards now days survive in low densities in most of the mountains and forests of Iran, wherever their preferred preys still exist. They mate in the winter and during this season they are diurnally active in their territories, leaving signs (scrapes on the ground, roaring, etc.) of their presence behind. Golestan National Park is one of the prime habitats of Persian leopard within their global range and during the winter there are higher chances of encountering signs of this elusive species in the Park.

Arash Ghodoosi
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