Helping Fauna & Flora International Kyrgyzstan to save falcons, tulips and wild forests

Mariia Cherniavskaia

Mariia is actively involved in all ongoing FFI Kyrgyzstan projects related but not limited to the illegal trade of saker falcons, Falco cherrug, research and conservation of wild tulips and pastures, and the conservation of fruit-and-nut forests. She seeks to develop practical skills while working within the team as well as with different partners and stakeholders, such as international and local NGOs, government bodies, local communities and others. As well as providing logistical and technical support to the team, Mariia also aims to use her hydrobiology knowledge and experience to help FFI develop new programme areas.