Mammalian Ecology Lab., Inst. of Biology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences, P. O. Box 256210349 Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
member since 1996
I was born in Uvs province, western Mongolia. Have a BC and MS from Biology faculty of the National University of Mongolia. I have experience in research and conservation of endangered wildlife such as Przewalski hors, snow leopard, ibex, wild cat and pallas's cats. Working with snow leopards since 1994. In 2001 established NGO, named Irbis (Snow leopard) Mongolian Center, to support research and conservation of cats in Mongolia. In 2000 together with Meredith Brown initiated first ever field study of the Pallas's cats. The project has a field camp and research is underway. Currently work as Wildlife biologist at the Mammalian ecology laboratory of Biology institute of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, and Science Leader – Program Director of International Snow Leopard Trust in Mongolia.