Due to direct and indirect impacts of global climate change and human degradation, natural resources, including the world’s largest fauna and flora, are slaughtered. The long-term policies of the International and Mongolian governments are important to prevent the loss of many endangered animals and plants, and the threat of extinction and extinction. In 1987, the purpose of defining the state policy on protection of endangered animals and plants, including the protection of endangered species (Red wolves, Siberian saiga antelopes, endangered bears (Gobi bear, Black moose) and extinction, the original Red Book was published. On the other hand, the main factor in the destruction of wildlife is the trade of raw materials and products.
Mongolians have protected wildlife from the XII century, fought fishing in 1922, and hunting fish and hunting laws in 1925.
Therefore, we are launching a series of “Animals in the Red Book of Mongolia”, which promotes awareness and education on endangered and endangered animals and plants.
The Black Crane
The Black Crane / Grus Monacha temminck / is a crane-shaped crane family. In Mongolia, in Arkhangai, Uvurkhangai aimag, Orkhon river basin, south Tamir river, hunting is prohibited and rare. The hills are lush, lakes and lakes, but they are nest in the forest areas. In 1971-77 there were several appearances in Arhangai and Uvurhangai areas. Very rare in the world. Alagama origins are located in Siberia and northeast Mongolia, with large lakes and marshes in the sandy river valley.
Mongolians are known as Japanese cranes, cranes or cranes. Height 140 centimeters, and weighing 7.7-10 kg. Adults have white slits and red stripe on their heads. The inside of the nest produces nest on the dry hills and usually produces two eggs, but one survives. Small species of amphibians, insects and swamps. It’s late in the winter to return to Korea, China, Japan and Taiwan. In 1973, hunting was prohibited by law.
Relich lonnberg is a rare bird species recorded in the Red Book of the Red Book of Mongolia. They lay eggs on the shores of the big lakes with bigger shores.
The Red Book is included in Annex 1 of the 1973 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna.
At 2-3 years of age, she takes care of the gathering and takes 2-3 eggs to 24-26 days. The chickens can fly for 40-45 days. It is located in Hohhot, Buir Lake, Dornod Aimag, the Great Lake Lake in Govi-Altai Aimag, Munkh-Khairkhan Mountain Khovd Aimag, and Khukh Nuur and Bulgan River. However, in recent years, its population is threatened.