ASSESSING PALLAS'S CAT DENSITY USING CAMERA TRAP DATA IN THE EASTERN MONGOLIAN STEPPE
This project is supported by the Small Cat Action Fund from Phanthera. We collected camera trap data in the Khalzan soum area of Sukhbaatar aimag in November of 2021.
The project aims to quantify the distribution, abundance, and habitat requirements of Pallas’s cat in steppe environment in Eastern Mongolia.
ENDANGERED MONGOLIAN MARMOT REINTRODUCTION SUCCESS
This project is supported by the Steppe Wildlife in 2019; fund from campaign among local people in 2021 and Shared Earth Foundation in 2022. We collected camera trap data from reintroduced marmot in the Khalzan soum area of Sukhbaatar aimag from March to November, 2019-2022.
PREY SPECIES ABUNDANCE
We started The Small Mammal Survey in June 2018. In 2017 and 2018, Brandt's vole population peak occurred in the region. In 2020 and 2021, the Brandt's vole population dropped lowest, in same time we recorded increasing population of Mongolian gerbil, hamsters and Daurian ground-squirrel.