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International Group Visits San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge
Southwest Region, February 15, 2008
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San Bernardino NWR once again had Mongolian visitors tour the refuge.  In December of 2006 we had a delegation of six Mongolians tour the refuge to gather information on international relations, partnerships with private land owners with governmental land management agencies, and fire as a tool in conservation practices.  The Malpai Borderlands Group hosted the group on February 15, 2008.  In the group were Chingel Tuvsanaa, Policy Department Ministry of Nature; Otgonbaatar Tsog, local herder; Dulamkhand Yadamsuren, local elected official; Amar Purev, Ranger of Toson Hustai Nature Reserve; Uliziitumur, Enforcement Officer for Regional Protected Area Division; Dagasuren Dogdom, Director of Eastern Mongolia;  Gala Davaa, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Conservation Fellow and interpreter for the group; Sabine Schmidt, New Zealand Nature Institute; Susan Antenen, Mongolian Project Director for TNC; and Peter Ward, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Division of International Conservation. 

Contact Info: Martin Valdez, 505-248-6599, martin_valdez@fws.gov



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