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  • Otgonbaatar Tsog, a Mongolian herder in traditional dress, looks for bird and animal activity with other members of a Mongolian study group during their Conservancy-sponsored visit to California's Carrizo Plain National Monument. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • A study group from Mongolia stops to study plants along the trail to Painted Rock sacred site in Carrizo Plain National Monument. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • A group of Mongolians pose for a photo before setting of on a horseback tour of the Work family ranch. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • Otgonbaatar Tsog, a Mongolian herder riding at the Work family ranch during a study tour of grasslands, parks and ranches in central California. Following Tsog is Chingel Tuvsanaa, Policy Department of the Mongolian Ministry of Nature. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • Rancher George Work (at right) discusses native grasses on his central California ranch with two members of a study group from Mongolia: Ulziitumur Jamsran, enforcement officer for Mongolian regional Protected Area division (at left) and Dagvasuren Dogdom, Director of Eastern Mongolian Community Conservation Association. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • Otgonbaatar Tsog, a Mongolian herder, talks with rancher Bob Blanchard during a study tour of Mongolian government and conservation people to grasslands, parks and ranches of the central California coast. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • A study group from Mongolia visits with rancher Bob Blanchard (at left) on his central California coast ranch. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • A group of Mongolians on a Conservancy sponsored fact finding visit to California visits the coast near San Simeon State Beach. For many members of the group, it was their first encounter with the ocean. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • Seeing the ocean for the first time in his life, Otgonbaatar Tsog, a Mongolian herder, is guided by Sabine Schmidt of the New Zealand Nature Institute during a visit to the coast near San Simeon State Park in California. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • A group of Mongolian government and conservation officials on a fact finding visit to California listen to park staff at Sunol East Bay Regional Park. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • Members of a Mongolian study tour visit Carrizo Plain National Monument in central California. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
  • A conservation and park-planning study group from Mongolia walks along a path near painted rock in California's Carrizo Plain National Monument. Photo © Mark Godfrey/TNC
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