The Saigachy Reserve in Uzbekistan as a case study of the introduction of a fauna and flora monitoring system

02/2021 | Study
Monitoring Saigachy Reserve

With the help of a unique monitoring concept, developed for the Saigachy Reserve on the Ustyurt Plateau (Uzbekistan) within CADI project, reliable data on the presence of migrating saigas, together with records of a number of other rare mammal species, could be obtained. These confirm the importance of the Saigachy Reserve for the conservation of regional biodiversity. 

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