I was born in Buyant soum in 1962. I got married in 1984 after serving in the Army for three years. I’ve been working as a ranger for 18 years at Khar Us Lake National Park. I patrol 90 thousand hectares (220 thousand acres) – a key site for migratory birds. I grew up as a herdsman, so I like to work with our local communities and educating them the importance of the park resources.