WWF in Mongolia
PO Box-115, PO-20A
Tel: +976 11 311 659
Fax : +976 11 310 237
Altai Sayan Field Office
Latest Mongolia News
The Earth Hour will be continued throughout the year
The Earth Hour, an ongoing global environmental campaign against climate change was successfully ...
Distributions of Mongolian saiga have been newly defined during a field study
To define boundaries of Mongolian saiga distribution areas and update its distribution map, ...
A promise not to hunt wild species
There are a number of effective methods and approaches to raise public awareness on nature and ...
A snow festival was successfully organized at a regional level
A snow festival first organized by local herders to celebrate successes and achievements in their ...
12 out of 13 cameras placed on Baatarkhairkhan Mountain have trapped snow leopard
To study snow leopard population on Baatarkhairkhan Mountain in Altai Sayan region in Western ...
First photos of camera trap from Baatarkhairkhan mountain in western Mongolia
For studies and researches on snow leopard, the “hidden” species rarely seeny by human, the ...
Offenders, who illegally hunted snow leopard, have been arrested
Nature and wildlife protection is considered as a matter of vital concern for everyone living on ...
Knowledge on protected areas has increased, the result of yearly campaign
The Mobile Anti-Poaching Unit Irves-5 together with Onon-Balj National Park administration staff ...
Study of population and migration of the Mongolian gazelle is carried out
The conservation of an animal requires thorough scientific knowledge on its population, migration ...
CBOs held their festival on their own for the first time
Environmental conservation CBOs demonstrate tangible results of the mariage of protecting homeland ...
WWF Conservation Projects in Mongolia
Sustainable Development of Protected Areas in the Altai-Sayan Ecoregion
The overall goal of the project is to develop, practice and implement mechanisms for the sustainable development of the protected areas (PAs) network ...
Land of Snow Leopard
The vision for this project is the long-term survival and conservation of the globally endangered and charismatic snow leopard (Uncia uncia) in...
Conservation and Sustainable Management of Amur Heilong Ecoregional Complex Headwaters
The Amur-Heilong ecoregional complex consists of several global ecoregions and has been selected as a priority within WWF’s new global programme frame...