The Red Book of Mongolia contains a register of 30 bird species, which are not only rare worldwide but are also rare in Mongolia. We hope that the Forest Munkh Tsetseg will attract and provide a residence for some of these are birds.
  Mongolia is highly praised internationally for its relatively untouched biological diversity. A total of 322 species of birds breed in this country, and of them 93 were resident species, and 229 were migratory species. Birds like the Snow finch, the Siberian Blue Robin (Luscinia cyane) and Red-tailed Robin (Luscinia sibilans) will find food and a nesting area among the ash. Birds like the Great Spotted Woodpecker (Picoides major) will help control harmful insects.

At present, out of seeding varieties of plants in Mongolia, 2095 species are herbaceous plants and 348 species are woody and shrubby plants. From the woody and shrubby plant varieties, 17 species are big trees, 40 species are short trees and shrub, 146 species of shrub, 48 species of sub-shrub, 6 species of fodder and herbaceous, and 400 species of mushroom were registered.

The Red Book of Mongolia contains a register of 30 bird species, which are not only rare worldwide but are also rare in Mongolia. As an important act of conservation, parts of big lakes and rivers, which are densely inhabited by birds, such as lakes: Khuvusgul, Uvs, Khar-Us, Dayan, Khorgo, Terkhiin Tsagaan, were protected. We hope that the Forest Munkh Tsetseg in Darkhan will attract and provide a residence for some of these are birds. Mongolia's appreciation of their birds can be seen in the number of bird stamps they issue.

 
       
   
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