description: The site
comprises Khar Lake and Baga Lake, which is located in its northwest. The
freshwater, Khar Lake is surrounded by sand dunes in the north and hills in the
south. A small stream enters to the lake from the east. There is a small island
in center of the lake. The Baga Lake is lake with no outflow, surrounded by
sand dunes and hills. Sand migration around lake is accelerating in recent
years. Since 2008 Mongolian Academy of Sciences conducting fish researches based
on the lake.
birds: Globally and
nationally threatened bird species such as White-headed Duck (Oxyura
leucocephala), Great Bustard (Otis tarda), White-throated Bushchat (Saxicola insignis) and
Whitetailed Eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) occur at the site.
flora and fauna: There
is no specific information about the other flora and fauna.