wild snow

wild snow

[′wīld ′snō]
(meteorology)
Newly deposited snow which is very fluffy and unstable; in general, it falls only during a dead calm at very low air temperatures.
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It seemed so dismal to go up-stairs, with the wild snow blowing outside, and my thoughts continually reverting to the kirk-yard and the new-made grave
Irma, now an experienced mum, is tasked with the parenting as is the preferred behaviour in wild snow leopards.
CHENGDU (CyHAN)- A wild snow leopard was caught on camera in a nature reserve in southwest China's Sichuan Province, the reserve's administration said on Wednesday.
memory of a dark red life while above her wild snow is swirling like
Plus, scientists suspect that poachers and herders may have killed as many as 40 percent of wild snow leopards in the past 10 years, meaning that current estimates may be too high.
George Schaller of WCS, who conducted seminal studies of snow leopards in the Himalayas more than 35 years ago, and took the first-ever photographs of wild snow leopards in 1971.
Even ISLT's location in Seattle, thousands of miles from the nearest wild snow leopard, has proven to be an advantage in the Trust's education efforts.
Finally, remember that you are always supposed to steer into a wet and wild snow skid.
On the next page, you can find out about a photographer who did track down a wild snow leopard in Asia.
SAN DIEGO -- The Apple Specialist Marketing Co-op (ASMC) has partnered with the Snow Leopard Trust to raise funds to help save the wild snow leopard.