Conservations

Our activities focus primarily on the scientific studies on biology and ecology of the endangered species of birds, bird and wetland conservation, public educations, bird surveys related with a proposed infrastructures such as wind farming and power lines.

Training workshop on wintering bird census in UB

Mongolian Bird Conservation Center (MBCC) and Environmental Department of Ulaanbaatar are successfully organized the training workshop for monitoring on wintering bird census in UB on 19 February

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“One child one nest” – joint eco project

Joint Ecological Project is being implemented at the initiative of Preserve Planet Earth Committee of Mongolian Rotary as supported by Rotary International District 3450.

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International Falconry Day is celebrated

Mongolian bird conservation center implements the IAF School links programme in Mongolia which is the official conservation program of International Association for Falconry.

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The 4th International Falconry Festival in Abu Dhabi, 02-09 Dec

The 4th International Falconry Festival is successful hold in Abu Dhabi, UAE. International 80 countries and their Falconers are participated in this festival and organized at 2 places in Abu Dhabi

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The Saker falcon we know event – organized at 11th Secondary school in UB

The "Event of the Falcons we know'' was successful organized in 11th school in UB from 6b grade's parents council and cooperated with Mongolian Bird Conservation Center and Mongol Falconry Club

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World Environment day 2019

World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment. Since it began in 1974, the event has grown to become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries. Each countries celebrate this day in its own way. In 2019, we celebrated the World Environment Day on the 5th of June. On this day, we set up workshops and presentations to provide knowledge and information about the area of Mongol Daguur, World Heritage, as well as bird species in Chukh lake to the local people.

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The initiative to obstruct the local dirt road at Chukh Lake

We proposed to the soum government office to obstruct this local dirt road. Mongol Daguur SPA’s ranger Batkhuu. B received the proposal and voluntarily painted the old wheels in white and red to block the road. We would like to thank ranger Batkhuu. B for his hardwork.

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World Biodiversity Day

The International Day for Biological Diversity (or World Biodiversity Day) is an officially sanctioned international day for the promotion of biodiversity issues. It is has been held annually on May 22 since the year 2001. World Biodiversity Day is celebrated annually by the Eastern Mongolian Protected Areas Administration, and our organization joined in this year’s event to co-ordinate environmental, educational and fun informative activities for children in the soum at Chukh resort.

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The introductory event at Chukh bagh festival

The Chukh bagh “naadam” festival, held annually, is a large-scale festival that involves several soums of Dornod province. It was celebrated on the 21st of July, 2019 on a hillock north of the lake. At this year’s festival, our community joined with local people and provided them information about our research findings, flora, fauna and geographical features of the Mongol Daguur region. Also, in order to foster ecological awareness, we set up coloring and illustration stations for children to learn the features of rare birds in the lake. About 500 children and their parents attended our activities during the festival. We would like to thank colleagues of Eastern Mongolian Protected Area Administraion, Governors’ office of Dashbalbar soum, and the children and their parents who actively participated in our activities for co-organizing this event!

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Bird photographer’s hiding place

During the spring of 2019 and by order of the Governor’s office of Dashbalbar soum, we built a 6 meter-long and 2 meter-wide observation station on the northwestern shore of the lake for local people and tourists who want to take bird photographs. The purpose of the observation station is to prevent photographers from disturbing the birds walking along the lake, and to reduce anthropogenic impact to the birds. We would like to thank Mr. Oyunbaatar, who responded to our request and built the observation station.

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