saiga resource centre presentation

Photo by: Alexander Esipov

The Saiga Resource Centre website was conceived of as a means of charting progress towards the fulfilment of the CMS MoU on saiga antelope conservation. It was designed and implemented by the Saiga Conservation Alliance and the Association for the Conservation of Biodiversity in Kazakhstan, under contract from the CMS.

The SRC acts as a portal and forum for those interested and involved in saiga conservation. With input from range states themselves and professionals in the field, as well as the general public, we aim to make the SRC into a comprehensive and accurate online service to support saiga conservation.

The Saiga Conservation Alliance 

The Saiga Conservation Alliance is a network of researchers and conservationists who have worked together for over 15 years to study and protect the critically endangered saiga antelope. The SCA was officially inaugurated in September 2006, and in November 2006 we were granted Candidate Partner status by the Wildlife Conservation Network.

The SCA membership includes Trustees, who have responsibility for the governance of the charity, the Steering Committee, who make the executive decisions, Institutional members, Individual members, and Supporters.

Find out more about our volunteers, staff and their roles and responsibilities here.