Bayannaoer, August 16th (Reporter Zhang Linhu) On the 16th, reporters learned from the National Wild Haloxylon Forest Reserve in Chaogewendur Town, Uradhou Banner, Bayannaoer City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. To wolves, lynxes and herds of ibex and other national second-class protected animals.

  It is understood that the staff of the reserve used infrared cameras placed in the wild to take pictures of an adult wolf and four little wolves moving in the wild, as well as a picture of a lynx and a group of ibex.

The activity tracks of adult wolves and lynxes were photographed in the wild this time. This is the first time Urad Rear Banner has used a wild infrared camera to photograph a national Class II protected animal.

The picture shows the lynx photographed in the reserve.

Photo by Wang Jingyuan

  Since the natural enemies of the ibex are mainly lynx, wolves and snow leopards, the wolves, lynx and herds of ibex are active in the same area this time, which further reflects the gradual formation of the food chain in this natural area, which will be very beneficial The restoration of biodiversity.

  According to statistics, there are currently about 6 populations of ibex in the reserve. The total number is conservatively estimated to be 100 to 200. The largest group has 29.

The ibex was originally a national first-level protected wild animal. On February 5 this year, it was adjusted to a national second-level protected wild animal.

The picture shows the wolves captured in the reserve.

Photo by Wang Jingyuan

  In recent years, with the implementation of the national forest and grass protection policy, Urad Rear Banner has adopted a variety of effective measures to protect forests and grasslands according to local conditions. As the protection measures take effect year by year, the ecological environment of the Urad grasslands has continued to improve, and the population of wild animals has gradually increased. Up.