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The Importance of North-Eastern Mongolia for Migrating Pacific Golden Plovers: Spring 2005


Series: WIWO Report Series Volume: 87

By: JJ Wijmenga, J Jukema, J Reneerkens, S Gombobataar and B Gantulga

56 pages, colour photos, colour maps, b/w illustrations, tables

Foundation Working Group International Wader and Waterfowl Research

Paperback | Dec 2011 | #194535
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Language: English, with English and Russian summary.

The Mongol-Daguur Strictly Protected Area in North-Eastern Mongolia is important for numerous breeding and migrating birds, and this study shows that it is also an important stopover site for migrating Pacific golden plovers.

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