Since 2013, khulan in the Southern Gobi have been monitored by a group of researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Mongolia, the Research Institute of Wildlife Ecology of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria, and the Norwegian Institute of Nature Research (NINA).
During the 2015 khulan capture season, 20 khulan were equipped with GPS satellite collars which allow monitoring of khulan movements and habitat use. One additional animal, an adult mare, was equipped with a special camera collar. Following this, she was photographing her family life for the next 12 months.
ArcGIS: Through the eye of a khulan - seeing the Gobi from a khulan's perspective