A significant milestone for the revival of
the Arabian Leopard in Northwest Arabia

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman
Dr. Ahmed Almalki,
Nature Reserves Director for the Royal Commission for AlUla
This birth is significant because it is one step further toward reviving the Arabian Leopard.

We believe that saving endangered species such as the Arabian Leopard is critical to the protection of our planet and the natural balance of our ecosystem. Our goal at RCU is nothing less than to restore the power of nature’s balance.

A New Hope

for an endangered species

Inspiration For

Conservation & Preservation


A 7KM Walk

Walk, talk, immerse in nature

Help save the Arabian Leopard!

To build a better future for our new born cub – and as part of RCU’s leopard conservation programme, we are taking part in the upcoming Catwalk event for big-cat conservation.

This is a fun, flexible event that is open to everyone. And you’ll be building awareness of the plight of the Arabian Leopard, which numbers between 50 and 200 in the wild and is listed as “critically endangered” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

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In Collaboration

With International Experts


For over 70 years, IUCN has provided organisations with knowledge and resources needed to address environmental challenges and achieve sustainable development.

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Utilising the expertise of the world’s premier cat biologists, Panthera develops and implements global strategies for the most imperilled large cats.

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With its CatWalk Campaign, a 7KM Walk in support of the seven big cats, Catmosphere is dedicated to raising awareness for Big Cat conservation globally.

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