Links to other sites
Conservation of the Przewalski horse
Hustai National Park
Share the experience in wildlife of the sole surviving ancestor of the domestic horse.
The world conservation Union. Its Mission is to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable. The FPPPH is a member of the Netherlands Committee of the IUCN.
The Dutch site of the organisation that maintains Natuurpark Lelystad, one of the Dutch semi-reserves for przewalski horses.
Howletts Wild Animal Park
Howletts Wild Animal Park is home to the largest captive breeding colony of western lowland gorillas in the world. The park breeds only rare and endangered species of wildlife as it is our aim to breed and protect rare and endangered wildlife with the aim of returning them to the wild when it is safe to do so. The park has also returned Przwalski horses to Chinaand Mongolia, Burmese pythons to Indonesia, Ocelots to Mexico and a black rhino to South Africa. All were born at the park.
The Przewalski horse and restoration to its natural habitat in Mongolia
Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO),1986, Animal production and health paper 61, FAO, Rome.
International Takhi Group - ITG
General studbook of the Przewalski horse
A CNN feature on the re-introduction program of August 10, 1997: "Where Kahn once ruled, the Takhi roam again".
Creature feature on the Przewalski horse.
ARKive - Przewalski horse
An initiative featuring film, photographs and species
profiles of endangered species worldwide. Lovely films and photographs.
You could say that Ecovolunteer is a travel agent. But the trips they organize are not your average holidays. They bring you to places that are not accessible to tourists, including Hustain Nuruu, where you get the possibility to protect nature and its inhabitants by helping local organizations with their conservation projects.
This site is also available in Dutch.
Tourism Network of Mongolia
Community based tourism is a mode of tourism that is initiated, managed and owned by local communities. Sustainability is achieved by keeping the tourism activity on a small-scale, and in harmony with the environment, culture, and traditions.
With the help of several Mongolian and international organisations, many communities decided to organise themselves and work on their tourism activities together. In 2006, they founded the Community Based Tourism Network (CBTN) of Mongolia, a Mongolian Non-Governmental Organisation of which they all became members.
This is a very nice example of the endangered species project by a school. Konawaena Elementary School is located in Kealakekua, Hawaii on the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii.
Breeds of Livestock - Horse Breeds
Gives short descriptions of all breeds of livestock, including the Przewalski horse.