Date & Time
Time: 15:30-16:30 pm (CST), Mar.3(Friday)
Location: IB 3106
Zoom ID: 715 337 7467
*Light refreshments will be provided
Mongolian Bird Conservation Center (MBCC), Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
In Mongolia, there are 58 species of shore birds have been recorded and most of them migrate along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway. However, there are very limited information about shorebirds in the country. A numerous water points that scattered throughout the dry steppe of the eastern part of Mongolia are significantly important place for migratory birds to use as stopover sites during migration periods. We have been conducting migratory shorebirds at the Chukh lake, in northeastern Mongolia since 2019. During the monitoring periods from 2019 to 2022, a number of shorebirds were sharply decreased by 50% every year and Anatidae species composition at the lake were also changed due to water level increases.
His short name is Huyagaa and he has been working on bird research and conservation in Mongolia since 2007. He finished his master on the falcon species at the National University of Mongolia and his thesis title was “Breeding success and post-fledgling survival of Saker falcon Falco cherrug at an artificial and natural nest sites in central Mongolia”. Currently, he is doing his PhD on the migration ecology of Asian great bustard Otis tarda dybowskii in Mongolia. He works for Mongolian Bird Conservation Center as an Executive director. The mission of his team is to create tools and research that shape new solutions to the challenges of sustainable development, and to make a clear contribution to the understanding and preservation of national avian species and their habitat through implementing scientific research and conservation activities.
Feel free to contact us via DKUDNAS@dukekunshan.edu.cn if you have any questions regarding this event, thanks.