Saiga News Issue 27 - Winter 2021/2022
New International Conservation Actions Agreed for Saiga Antelopes
Mongolian saiga numbers increase to 8,500
Young herders — conservation messengers
Results of the 2021 saiga aerial survey in Kazakhstan
Results of the 2021 saiga calving survey in Kazakhstan
Eternal Wanderers on show in the State Darwin Museum
‘Vozrozhdeniye’ Rescue Rangers!
Steppe News — Everyday Life of Stepnoy Reserve
Report from Saiga Day 2021: Kazakhstan
Report from Saiga Day 2021: Russia
Report from Saiga Day 2021: Uzbekistan
Modern satellite technologies to study the spatial distribution of saigas in the north-west pre-Caspian Sea region
Wildlife health interventions to prevent further disease outbreaks among Critically Endangered Mongolian Saigas
Saiga as a priority for the federal project ‘Conservation of biological diversity and development of ecological tourism’
Saiga in Lake Elton Biosphere Reserve and adjacent areas of the Trans-Volga region in Volgograd Province
Wildlife photographer Evgeny Polonsky: I photograph to let more people know about the saiga and its habitats
Building an ecologically founded disease risk prioritisation framework for migratory wildlife species based on contact with livestock.
Visual lateralization in artiodactyls: A brief summary of research and new evidence on saiga antelope.
A systematic survey of online trade: trade in Saiga antelope horn on Russian-language websites.
Molecular epidemiology of peste des petits ruminants virus emergence in critically endangered Mongolian saiga antelope and other wild ungulates.
Outbreak of Peste des Petits Ruminants among Critically Endangered Mongolian Saiga and Other Wild Ungulates, Mongolia, 2016–2017.
Features of Fodder Vegetation as a Possible Cause of Saiga Die-Offs on Steppe Pastures.
Product attributes affecting the substitutability of saiga horn drinks among young adult consumers in Singapore.
Identifying relationships between multiscale social–ecological factors to explore ungulate health in a Western Kazakhstan rangeland.
An irreparable loss — Anton Mezhnev (Oct. 22, 1963 – Jan. 8, 2021)