Globally threatened birds in Mongolia: a review

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This paper reviews status of globally threatened birds (GTBs) in Mongolia. Here, we review 26 GTBs from eight orders. In addition, we summarize 10 GTBs recorded during our 2016 field surveys. Swan Geese were most numerous and most frequently sighted of the GTBs with mean 33.8 ± 54.1 counted birds. The Mongolian avifauna survey assessed 476 species of 19 different orders. Twenty-six (5.1%) out of 476 species are listed in the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List as GTBs. In addition, there is still a huge lack of investigation for GTBs (indeed, all avifauna) of Mongolia.

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Ganbold, O., Munkhbayar, M., Paik, I. H., Bing, G. C., Jargalsaikhan, A., Purevee, E., & Peak, W. K. (2017, December 1). Globally threatened birds in Mongolia: a review. Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity. National Science Museum od Korea. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.japb.2017.08.009

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