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We’d stay with the cats until the sun set and we ran out of light.
ANDERSON: Often what would happen is the cat would bask in the sun throughout most of the day, meaning the crew would have to wait for hours for any activity. ANDERSON: It was built on a lot of hard work divided into two approaches.
” We basically filmed the cats over three years with three visits.
I’d hang around camp waiting for word of a spotted cat.
Because the camp was centrally located at the junction of several drainages, this was the most efficient way to respond to sightings.
Were you ever frustrated dealing with the challenges and the waiting game?
SHIER: There were a couple of days that were pretty rough. ANDERSON: I must’ve watched the first shot [of the episode, a close-up of a snow leopard] about a thousand times.