|Town/Region||Naryn State Nature Reserve|
|Categories||Biodiversity, Carnivores, Habitats, Mammals|
|Date||27 Aug 2019|
Area of the Naryn State Nature Reserve is important component of the habitat of nationally endangered brown bears (Ursus arctos), globally vulnerable snow leopards (Panthera uncia), wolves and wild ungulate species such as argali, ibex, maral and roe deer. Within Kyrgyzstan, a habitat range of brown bears in many places overlap with a range of snow leopards.
The project will contribute to the “Seasonal migration route and food habits study in the Naryn State Nature Reserve” and ensure gathering basic data on habitat by using sensor cameras, implement educational and awareness creation activities among local population.
The project will also contribute to long-term snow leopard conservation and research work and focus on awareness creation about wild species through media and community involvement for wildlife conservation activities.
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