Bayanaa was born and grew up in a family of nomadic herder in Western Mongolia. As a nomadic boy, he used to help his parents herd livestock in beautiful natural habitats including mountain steppes, high mountains, rivers and lakes over four seasons of the year. These wonderful natural habitats and the wildlife, including Pallas’s Cat, Siberian Ibex and Argali Sheep, made him very enthusiastic about wildlife and nature. His passion for conservation biology led him to enroll ecology department at National University of Mongolia in 2009. When he was a student, following his professors from the university, he took part in lots of research expeditions. Now he is doing his masters on the subject of bird survey at Salkhit Wind Farm. As a field biologist, he took part in lots of research expeditions on bird taxonomy, raptors’ migrations, ecology of Pallas’s fish eagle, counts of Wild Bactrian Camel, and electrocution on high power lines etc… As soon as he has free time, he likes to grab his binoculars and go to some where the birds are.