As part of our ‘Talking Naturally Partners Project’ – through which we aim to inspire and promote conservation by hosting news/appeals/interviews/podcasts etc with our ‘partnering’ conservation organisations – we are posting this news from the Foundation for the Protection of the Arabian Leopard in Yemen (FPALY)
Dear Friends of the Arabian Leopard,
We are proud to announce the simultaneous publication of our first newsletter for 2012 in Arabic and English. Initial feedback of this edition confirms that it is quite possibly the most beautiful newsletter that we have published so far. For this we thank Sebastian Kennerknecht who provided most of the material. Upload them now from the following links and enjoy:
Update No. 19, from June 2011, is also now available for upload in Arabic at:
We are extremely grateful to our friends at Total E&P Yemen who continue to translate our monthly newsletters as a public service. We are now only one edition away from having all of our newsletters published in Arabic as well as English.
On a different note, Talking Naturally founder and host Charlie Moores has made a very supportive post on the Talking Naturally website at: http://www.talking-naturally.co.uk/fpaly-talking-naturally-protecting-aabian-leopard-yemen/.
Charlie is developing a very interesting concept of his to increase and tighten the connections between conservation organizations such as the Foundation and thereby strengthening our collective impact. Charlie works tirelessly on behalf of the world’s wildlife and we highly recommend that you visit Talking Naturally and become a member of the Talking Naturally community. You won’t regret it.
With best wishes and many thanks for your continuing interest and support,
David B. Stanton
Executive Director of the Foundation for the Protection of the Arabian Leopard in Yemen
P.O. Box 7069
Sana’a, Republic of Yemen
Recorded in October 2011 this short podcast with David Stanton explains how rare the Arabian Leopard is, and what FPALY is doing to save this critically endangered taxon.