WWF in Mongolia
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Altai Sayan Field Office
Latest Mongolia News
Rangers have had their guarding and controlling shelters in the field
Rangers of Khar Yamaat NR have guarding and controlling shelters with funding of WWF Mongolia. ...
Rehabilitation work has been done in Khar Yamaat Nature Reserve
According to the agreement made with the Ministry of Environment and Green Development and Khentii ...
Training on sports fishing was held
Under a campaign “Taimen, a fresh water king-a proud of Mongolia”, the Taimen Conservation project, ...
A large gathering of cranes
Very rare and endangered bird species do not often gather in large numbers in one area. However, ...
Study on taimen is ongoing
To make rare or endangered wildlife conservation efforts more efficient in practice, research and ...
Local communities are accessing eco-tourism benefits
While protecting the nature, environment, and wildlife, local communities do access benefits those ...
A memorandum of understanding for improved management has been signed
One of the fields, where WWF Mongolia Programme Office carries out its activities, is the ...
Rare species was illegally hunted
Protecting and carring the nature, environment, and wildlife must be a honored duty for everyone. ...
Snow leopard studies through automatic cameras
For studies on the snow leopard, which is often called as a “secret” species and rarely seen by ...
Khyargas Lake-Zavkhan River Basin Council has been set up
According to the Law on Water, a non-permanent River Basin Council shall be established under a ...
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...