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Thursday, 07 January 2010 20:56
1. Jadamba, Kirk Olson from WCS will give a talk entitled "SURVEY OF MONGOLIAN GAZELLE 2008-2009"

2. Andrew Dixon from International Wildlife Consultants, UK Ltd will present a talk entitled "CONSERVATION OF THE SAKER FALCON THROUGH SUSTAINABLE USE"

3. Gankhuyag Purev-ochir from WSCC will give a talk entitled "PRODUCTIVITY OF SAKER FALCON AT THE ARTIFICIAL NEST AND NATURAL NEST SITES IN CENTRAL MONGOLIA"

on *Thursday, January 7, 2009.* Talk will start at 6:00pm

Abstracts are attached

Biobeers is held on the first Thursday of every month at Sweet Cafe (located behind the Information and Technological National Park and next to the Admon Printing Company, west of Internom Bookstore Building). People are requested to arrive after 5:30pm, in time for the talk to start at 6:00.

Biobeers is a monthly gathering of government and NGO staff, biologists, researchers, and other professionals interested in conservation. Each month, Biobeers sponsors a half-hour presentation on a topic relevant to Mongolian conservation, followed by an informal gathering to discuss activities and issues of interest. Biobeers is an opportunity to find out what is happening in the field of conservation in Mongolia, talk informally to other researchers and peers in your field, and share information about issues critical to the environment and people of Mongolia.

Biobeers is organised by the Zoological Society of London's Steppe Forward Programme and sponsored by the Wildlife Conservation Society. At Biobeers the beer is on us!

CONSERVATION OF THE SAKER FALCON THROUGH SUSTAINABLE USE

Andrew Dixon

International Wildlife Consultants, UK Ltd

Abstract There is a demand for Saker Falcons for use in Arabic falconry. This demand is met by commercial trade, either through captive-breeding or by wild harvesting. The trade in wild-sourced Saker Falcons can be a legal, CITES regulated trade or it can be an unregulated, illegal trade. Mongolia is the only country that operates a significant legal, CITES regulated harvest (virtually all other international trade in wild Sakers is illegal). However, the Mongolian trade has been subject to a CITES Trade Review because the harvest is potentially detrimental to the Saker population in Mongolia. Conservation through sustainable use is enshrined within the Convention on Biological Diversity and has great potential in its application to Saker Falcon conservation in Mongolia, whilst the continued existence of a sustainable, CITES regulated wild harvest has potential conservation benefits for Sakers internationally. In this talk I will describe the potential for developing a conservation programme for the Saker based on a sustainable harvest in Mongolia and the problems that need to be overcome to implement this conservation strategy.

PRODUCTIVITY OF SAKER FALCON AT THE ARTIFICIAL NEST

AND NATURAL NEST SITES IN CENTRAL MONGOLIA Gankhuyag Purev-ochir

Wildlife Science and Conservation Centre

We have been studying breeding success of saker falcon at the artificial nest and natural nest sites in central Mongolia since 2007. In line with breeding density, the clutch size, brood size and fledging success of Saker Falcons was lowest at the natural nest grid compared with the artificial nest site. The number of pairs of saker falcons at the artificial nest site is increasing in each year.
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reply written by Pan-Mongolia, January 09, 2010
Дэлхий даяар тархсан Монголчуудыг маань холбосон чөлөөт сүлжээ
одоогоор байхгүй, зөвхөн тухайн улс орны хэмжээнд байгаа Монголчуудыг
холбосон сүлжээнүүд ажиллаж байна. Энэ нь уламжлалт Монгол бичгийг
Монгол улсад хэрэглээнээс хассан, харин хилийн гадна амьдарч байгаа
Монголчуудын хувьд үндсэн хэрэглээ байсаар байгаатай нэг талаар
холбоотойгоор харилцан үл ойлголцлын ханыг босгож байгаа юм.

Харин интернетийн хөгжлийн сүүлийн ололтоос харахад уламжлалт Монгол
бичгээр бичиж харьцах боломж нэгэнт бүрдэж эхэлжээ. Энэ боломжийг
ашиглан, цаг хугацаа алдалгүй дэлхий даяар тархсан Монголчуудыг нэгэн
сүлжээнд холбож, уламжлалт Монгол бичгээрээ хоорондоо чөлөөтэй
харьцдаг болгохоор зорилт дэвшүүлэн энэхүү сүлжээг нээсэн юм.

Энэ сүлжээнд Монголчууд өөрийн үзэл бодлоо илэрхийлэх,
мэдээлэлээс хуваалцах замаар, уламжлалт Монгол бичгийн галигыг кирил
ба латин үгсээр дамжуулан суралцаж, улмаар Монгол бичгээ бүрэн
сэргээж, дэлхий даяар тархсан Монголчуудыг нэгтгэн холбох боломжтой
юм.

Энэхүү үйлсэд нэгдэх бол та дараах холбоосоор хандаарай!

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