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Saiga News 13 Now Available Online

The Summer 2011 issue of Saiga News (Issue 13) is now available to download. Uzbek_Issue_13 Russian_Issue_13 Mongolian_Issue_13 Kazakh_Issue_13 English_Issue_13...

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Small Grants Programme 2011

We are happy to announce that the 2011 Small Grants Programme is now open for applications. This Small Grants Programme is generously supported by the International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation, the Mohammed Bin Zayed fund and the Wildlife Conservation...

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Mass mortality among saigas in Kazakhstan: 12,000 dead

Nearly 12,000 Critically Endangered saiga antelopes have been found dead over the last week in the Ural population in western Kazakhstan. The dead were mostly females who had recently given birth, as well as their calves. The official 2009 estimate of the size of the...

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Small Grants Programme 2010

We are happy to announce that the 2010 Small Grants Programme is now open for applications. The programme is this year again generously supported by the Wildlife Conservation Network and the International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation. You can find all...

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IFAW report critical decline in Kalymykian saiga population

The International Fund for Animal Welfare report expert findings of a critical decline in the Kalmykian saiga population. Saiga numbers reportedly dropped from 14-15 thousand individuals to 8-9 thousand in the North-West Caspian region in the past year....

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