Welcome, friend!

We are very excited to tell you about our new initiative: Eurasian Wildlife and Peoples. Our name points to our major focus – ecosystems, wildlife, and the wonderfully diverse peoples living across Eurasia. Our mission at Eurasian Wildlife and Peoples is to protect the interconnected web of life on our planet, reverse losses of wildlife…

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Volunteering opportunities

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Our volunteer fieldwork program is just getting started in our new geography. We try to connect intrepid, fit, and self-funded travelers with conservation fieldwork opportunities. Our partner scientists and conservationists are involved in raptor (eagles, owls, vulture) research in Kazakhstan. As we build our programs, other opportunities will become available in other parts of Eurasia.…

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Project focus: Kazakhstan

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Kazakhstan ranks as the largest nation in Central Asia and the world’s largest landlocked country. It share borders with Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and the Caspian Sea. A land of deserts and plateaus stretching across the rolling tablelands of the Eurasian landmass, approximately 20 percent of Kazakhstan is mountainous, dotted by the Tien Shan,…

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