Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 9'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia



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Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 235 Animals
back home since 1992

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Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 9'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia




read more

Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 235 Animals
back home since 1992

read more

Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 9'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia

read more

Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 235 Animals
back home since 1992


read more

Great Gobi B

Biosphere Reserve


Area 9'000 km2
Height
aprox. 1000 Meter above sea level

South-West Mongolia



read more

Takhi

Holy Animal of Mongolia


Population Great Gobi B SPA 235 Animals
back home since 1992

read more

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Executive Board of the ITG

Reinhard Schnidrig, President


"Since my early childhood I enjoy seeing horses roam landscapes without fences. The ITG wants to bring back the wild horse to its original habitat. This will succeed because the ITG works towards this vision in cooperation with the Mongolian authorities. Right now several groups of wild horses gallop over the vast Gobi B - a beautiful view".

Christian Stauffer, Vice-President


"The Takhi reintroduction project in the Gobi B is one of the best reintroduction projects worldwide. I am dedicated to it, because the vision of a coexistence between humans and wild animals has become reality and that is what it should remain."

Rebekka Blumer, Treasurer


"I am a long-term supporter of various conservation programmes,  including the reintroduction of Takhis into the wild. Having helped this programme with funds privately and through my company, when I heard about the ITG’s need for a treasurer, I opted for volunteer work as an even more rewarding way of benefitting this extremely rare species."

Ruth Baumgartner


"This is a very fascinating project and as a veterinarian, I am happy that I was able to take care of the wild horses on their transports to Mongolia since 1996 as well as to do veterinarian work on the location of Takhintal itself. It is great to be a piece in this big jigsaw puzzle."

Miroslav Bobek


Sven Hoffmann


Anita Fahrni


It is important that Mongolians are aware of the extremely rare animals and valuable natural environment which exist in their own country. My network there can help in spreading the word and in working towards a broader acceptance of the protection measures needed.

Jaroslav Simek


Karin Hindenlang Clerc


Looking at the Takhis at Wilderness Park Langenberg in my imagination I see their relatives roaming the the vast mongolian steppe and this fills me with joy and happyness - in a time where testimonies about animal species near to extinction are abundant. For this reason I commit myself with pleasure to the longterm protection of the Takhis and their habitat.

Enkhsaikhan Namtar, Director of the Mongolian Office


"I am proud that we have successfully reintroduced the Takhi into their home country for 20 years already. I hope that in the near future we will see thousands of them roaming freely in the well protected Mongolian Gobi B SPA.

Oyunsaikhan Ganbaatar, Director of the Great Gobi B SPA


“For Mongolians, Takhis are very proud animals. That’s why I’m very happy to be able to participate in this reintroduction project in my own country. I hope that in the future hundreds of Takhis will roam the Great Gobi B“.