857-62755 - Conservation biologist George Schaller asks local shepherds and policemen about leopards and cheetah, at a border post on the border with Iran, in Gulran District, in the northwest part of Herat Province. Dr. Schaller was making a wildlife survey to see what remained of biodiversity in the Northwest corner of Afghanistan, and interviewed soldiers, shepherds and other Afghans who move through the region to find out what wildlife they had seen.
857-62742 - Wildlife biologist George Schaller examines a leopard skin being sold in the bazaar of Herat, Herat Province, Afghanistan. Dr. George Schaller led a trip into the regions northwest of Herat to make a wildlife survey, looking especially for any signs of leopard, cheetah and wild ass.
857-62780 - A local hunter, Abdul Rahim, discusses wild animals and their habitat with a wildlife biologist, Dr. George Schaller and his assistant, who are conducting a wildlife survey, in the Band-e Baba range, Herat Province, Afghanistan
764-3102 - Black-footed ferret (American polecat) (Mustela nigripes) with a hair-dye marker to indicate that it was treated by the wildlife biologist, Buffalo Gap National Grassland, Conata Basin, South Dakota, United States of America, North America