EAST ASIA (BP) -- Peter Station* lives his life chasing after cows, camels, and gers -- large, round, felt tents that seem to move more than they sit still.
His country has more than a million nomadic people scattered across a land mass about half the size of the U.S. To say they're hard to find is an understatement, and to keep connecting with them once you find them is even harder. They're cattle herdsmen who live off the land, and what they need from the land is ever changing with the seasons. They pack their tents up on their camels and move as often as once a month. Read More