Elevation: 1,132-1,254 m
site comprises areas that start from the northern part of Erdenebulgan soum in
the west of Eg river valley, continuous steppe which narrows in the east,
meeting river and its surrounding mountains. Bulgan tal is wide-open valley
with wheat fields, surrounded by larch and birch forests from the south. Sair
River runs through the heart of the site. Eg River valley is flanked by
riparian forests. There is small lake called Nuuriin Khotgor at the site. The
major land uses are farming and livestock grazing. Eggs of Great Bustard (Otis
tarda) are obstructing by agricultural
machineries. Poaching is still
occurring in its adjacent mountains.
birds: Great Bustard (Otis
tarda), Saker Falcon (Falco cherrug), Eastern Imperial Eagle (Aquila
heliacal) and Greater Spotted Eagle (A.clanga) are
build nests and lay eggs at this site. Osprey (Pandion Haliaetus),
listed in Red Data Book of Mongolia, nests along the Eg River.
Demoiselle Cranes (Anthropoides virgo) gather around farm fields in
flocks, reaching at least 1% of their flyway populations.
and fauna: Nationally
threatened Taimen (Hucho taimen) occurs at the site. Siberian Musk Deer
(Moschus moschiferus), Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), Grey Wolf (Canis
lupus) and Siberian Roe Deer (Capreolus Pygargus) are common in its