Mongol Daguur

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Mongol Daguur

  • Country: 
    Mongolia
  • Site number: 
    924
  • Area: 
    210,000 ha
  • Designation date: 
    08-12-1997
  • Coordinates: 
    49°42'N 115°06'E
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Overview

Mongol Daguur (Mongolian Dauria). 08/12/97. Dornod Province; 210,000 ha; 49°42'N 115°06'E. International Protected Area; Strictly Protected Area; Nature Reserve; Crane Network Site. Set in a basin formed by tectonic and volcanic activity, the site includes vast steppes, marshy wetlands, rivers and lakes. Supports a high species diversity with many endemic or rare plants. 260 bird species use the site for staging, breeding or wintering, including six species of cranes of which two are threatened. Semi-nomadic, animal husbandry is the principal livelihood of the local population. Crop production is also practiced. Ramsar site no. 924. Most recent RIS information: 1997.

Administrative region: 
Dornod Province

  • National legal designation: 
    • strictly protected area
  • Regional (international) legal designations: 
    • Other international designation
  • Last publication date: 
    08-12-1997

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