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Eurasia’s landscapes are recognised worldwide for their beauty and wilderness value, yet the importance of their biodiversity is frequently overlooked. The Eurasian steppe, the Portuguese Montado, the fruit and nut forests, and the Tien Shan and Pamir mountain ranges of Central Asia are just some of the stunning and biodiversity rich ecosystems in the region. They contain unique and rare wildlife such as the saiga antelope and the critically endangered Iberian lynx.
Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is one of only a few international organisations working in the region and is helping to raise awareness of the need for action within the donor sector and amongst other international conservation and development charities. We aim to build the capacity of local partners to conserve priority species and habitats. Although our focus is primarily in three core areas: Central Asia, the Caucasus, and Central-Eastern Europe and the Balkans, we also undertake ‘emergency’ interventions in countries outside of these core regions.