WWF in Mongolia
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Altai Sayan Field Office
Latest Mongolia News
Horrific images show slaughter of 250 whales in Faroe Islands hunt
By Bonnie Malkin Up to 250 pilot whales have been killed as part of an annual hunt in the Faroe ...
Where has “white” snow leopard gone?
A nested goal of this expedition was also to seek the “White” as she stopped giving signals since ...
Eco-club members traveled to the land of leopards and saiga
WWF-Mongolia supports the eco-clubs established in 11 soums located in the habitat of Mongolian ...
The wish of cub will come true when there are no traps in the mountains
Specialists from WWF-Mongolia are conducting researches on the snow leopards using automatic ...
Short film on the snow leopard wins a prestigious national award
WWF-Mongolia in cooperation with Gereg Entertainment studio produced a short film about the ...
Students become water patrols
Hydrologically, Mongolia is divided into 26 water basins. One of which is Khyargas lake and Zavkhan ...
Pastoralists become researchers
The selection of herder-researchers was based on certain criteria such as prior participation in ...
Unusual natural phenomenon
The underground water spouted to about two meters high in the surroundings of Duut lake of Khovd ...
Let a cub’s wish come true
Based on children’s wish and decisive approach a campaign against traps have initiated in ...
The standard for passages for steppe ungulates along the railways and roads in steppe and gobi ...
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...