WWF in Mongolia
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Altai Sayan Field Office
Latest Mongolia News
Quota for hunting in 2015 defined
The Government of Mongolia issued a resolution on defining quota for hunting wild animals in 2015 ...
Argali sheep population in the border zone is increasing
Under this survey, there were 1,541 individuals and 1,272 individuals of Argali sheep counted in ...
A wild boar was captured by an automatic camera placed on the mountain
They downloaded the first data from the cameras in November, 2014. They obtained a total of 45.981 ...
Mongolian saiga population has reached 13 thousand individuals
Final results of the field work, which was done in Sharga, Khuisiin Gobi, and Durgun Steppe in ...
Fisher’s club members are happy with what they have done
Support and input of fishers’ club members is vital for combating with illegal fishing and hunting. ...
Results of taimen survey will be available in the first quarter of 2015
The survey was done in Onon and Balj Rivers jointly by specialists and researchers of WWF Mongolia, ...
The conference approved Mongolian initiative to increase protection of the great bustard
The Eleventh Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on the Conservation of ...
Protection regime and management plan for Khar Yamaat Natural Reserve is approved
The first management plan for Khar Yamaat NR developed in 2005 during the project implementation; ...
A community organization established in Khar Yamaat natural reserve
Local community’s cooperative activities are important factors to effectively manage nature ...
Snow leopards are collared
Thus, Mongolian “Irvis” Center, WWF-Mongolia, Uvs Lake Basin Strictly Protected Area ...
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...