Back to Mongolia

In 2004 and 2005 the Association Takh reintroduced 22 Przewalski’s horses from Le Villaret in southern France to the buffer zone of Khar Us Nuur National Park in the Khomyn Tal community of western Mongolia. In collaboration with local herders, we protect a 14,000 hectare enclosure for the wild horse population and record horse behaviour daily. Our goal is to ultimately remove the fence so that this wild horse population can roam completely free in the region. For this to occur, we need to minimize the risk of hybridisation with domestic horses and ensure suitable habitat for wild and domestic herbivores.

Learn more about our horse reintroduction efforts in Mongolia

The transport of 22 horses from France to Mongolia

Witness the preparation of the first horse transport and learn more about Claudia Feh and our association by watching this 3-part series made by Rolex on the occassion of Dr. Feh's 2004 Rolex award for entreprises.

Pioneering Individuals: Rolex Award Winners 2004: Wild at Heart Part 1 of 3

Pioneering Individuals: Rolex Award Winners 2004: Wild at Heart Part 2 of 3

Pioneering Individuals: Rolex Award Winners 2004: Wild at Heart Part 3 of 3