MONGOLICA WILDLIFE CONSULTANCY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
World’s Green Expertise to Mongolia
Our team comprises some of the most experienced experts in the field. We aim to give great satisfaction to our clients and staff through our inspiring products and services whilst ensuring that the Mongolian nomadic lifestyle which balances human and wildlife co-existence, is maintained in its undisturbed state.
What will not change is our passion for making sure you get behind the scenes to experience the real world in an authentic and sustainable manner. Preserving cultural heritage and conserving the natural environment, whilst improving the lives of local people, is the essence of our way of travelling with you and is integrated into every decision and action we take at Mongolia Co. Ltd.
Mongolica Consultancy always cooperates with experts, rangers, managers, and directors from specially protected area’s administrations when we conduct the field surveys. The photo is taken during one of our surveys on birds of Munkhkhairkhan Mountain. May 2015.
Mongolica team consists of top experts experienced in the research on invertebrate, fish, amphibian, reptile, bird, mammal and plants of Mongolia. They have more than a 20 year work experience in the field of tourism and wildlife research and conservation.
We will have the best expertise on taxonomy, distribution, density, abundant, breeding ecology, threat, and conservation of each taxon. Our team is also experienced in the consultancy of biodiversity richness, ecosystem service and environmental impact assessment. Mongolica team is able to run field works on determination of species composition, status, distribution, and abundance and to make a threat assessment in your study or selected sites in Mongolia. They all speak English and have travelled all around Mongolia.
Most experts have been extensively working on the special interest tourism and community based tourism as coordinators and guides for many years in Mongolia. Experts have own best references and materials on the above mentioned aspects.
We use internationally accepted field equipment and survey methods. Eej Khad, September 2013.
- In order to get our consultancy, you will need to do the following:
- Arrange a personal meeting with expert of Mongolica
- The meeting will be focused on your own request, frame work and volume of your works - components required for the expertise
- Clearly identify your idea or comment on your request
- Clearly mention written documents
- Inform about the duration and expected date of your requested work
- Present your own contract draft of your work if you have drafted it before
- After identifying your clear request, volume and feasibility of your work, and your expected results, we will make a draft and officially sign it.
- Our consultancy will seriously begin on the basis of the contract
- Every single step and stage will be regulated and controlled by signed contract. So both parties should focus on the contract, including the cost of the service.
Mongolica Consultancy has been conducting bird-risk assessments from high powerlines and wind farms in Mongolia since 2009.
Wildlife consultancy aspects:
- Wildlife species composition
- Wildlife status
- Wildlife distribution
- Wildlife abundance
- Wildlife threat assessment
- Wildlife conservation issues
- Wildlife habitat and site selection and protection issues
- Wildlife guidebooks and brochures
- Wildlife photographs and videos
Tourism consultancy aspects:
- Wildlife –based tourism aspects
- Wildlife and tourist lodge aspect issue
- New destination issues
- New niche product issues
- Wildlife watching and filming tours
If you want to start your own business and require information concerning a particular site or field, our team will be happy to offer you the best consultancy services.
Tel: 98092223, 98100148, 77460148
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Every year we organize trainings in order to provide opportunities for our staff to develop their knowledge and skills both in the field and in office.
Assessments and researches on conservation and environment:
2016. The first extensive field baseline survey on target species in some protected areas in Mongolia in collaboration with Mongolian Ornithological Society and National University of Mongolia. Funded by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism, KfW and Climate Change and Adaptation Fund.
2015. Manual field guides to the Ulz and Uvs Lake Valleys. Funded by UNDP and Adaptation Fund.
2015. National Ramsar wetland and site manager training and workshop in collaboration with Mongolia Ornithological Society. Funded by Ramsar Regional Centre, EAAFP, Ramsar Secretariat, and MEGDT.
2015. The extensive field surveys on the birds of Munkhkhairkhan protected area. Funded by Munkhkhairkhan PA.
2015. Assessment and Special Interest Tourism Development on Alagtsar, Khuvsgul province. Funded by Alagtsar Tourism board.
2014-2017. Bird and bat monitoring study at the Salkhit Wind Farm in collaboration with Mongolian Ornithological Society. Funded by NewCom Group.
2014-2017. Biological Monitoring and Environmental Assessment at the Tsetsii Wind Farm. Funded by Clean Energy Asia.
2014. Monitoring study on birds and big mammals in Khan-Khentii SPA in collaboration with Globus Co.LTD. Funded by MEGDT.
2014. Technical and economical assessment of rare bird breeding centre in Mongolia collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society and funded by Ministry of Environment and Green Development.
2013-2014. Wetlands and migratory birds’ monitoring funded by Asian waterbird conservation fund, WWF - Hong Kong collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.
2013-2014. The first national biodiversity photograph contest “Mongolica 2013” funded by Ministry of Environment and Green Development, Mongolia collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.
2013. World Migratory Bird Day financed by Mongolica Co. Ltd.
2013. Conservation and sustainable management of migratory waterbird habitat at Dashinchilen Tsagaan Wetlands, Mongolia. Funded by Asia Waterbird Conservation Fund.
2013. Raptor Migrations in Mongolia. Funded by the Asian Raptor Research and Conservation Network, Japan collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.
2012-2013. Powerlines and Electrocution of Raptors in Mongolia project. Funded by the Ministry of Nature, Environment, and Tourism, Mongolia and collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.
2012-2013. Building capacity for shorebird research and conservation in Mongolia collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society. Funded by EAAFP, Ministry of Environment of Korea, Wetland International.
2008-2012. Biodiversity Data Bank Manager and Coordinator of the Regional Red List of Birds, and Medicinal Plants in Mongolia supported by Dutch Government (NEMO-2), World Bank, Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism, Mongolia and collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.
2008-2009. A risk assessments of high power electric line in Mongolia. Funded by the Asia Research Centre, Korean Foundation for Advanced Studies, South Korea and collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.
2007-2008. Mitigating raptor electrocutions in Mongolia. Funded by IBRC, Eilat, Israel, Lynette International Foundation, UK and EDM International, Inc USA and collaborated with Mongolian Ornithological Society.