Wuda Lianchi Nature Reserve, China (mainland)

Site Details
Assessment Details

Site Overview


KBA status: Global/ Regional to be determined

Rationale for qualifying as KBA: Global/ Regional KBA status to be determined: a KBA of international significance that was identified using previously established criteria and thresholds for the identification of Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) and for which available data indicate that it does not meet global KBA criteria and thresholds set out in the Global Standard.

Priority for re-assessment against the Global KBA Standard.

For further details on this site and its significance as an Important Bird and Biodiversity Area, see here.

Global KBA criteria:
Year of assessment: 2009
National site name: Wuda Lianchi Nature Reserve
Central coordinates: Lat: 48.67 Long: 126.20
System: Terrestrial, Freshwater
Altitude (m): 200 to 630
Area of KBA (ha): 79,261
Protected area coverage (%): 0

Text account


Year of compilation: 2009
Site description:

Located in Wuda Lianchi City. The IBA is on the plain at the western edge of the Xiao Hinggan Ling mountains. Ancient volcanic activities formed five linked lakes (“Lianchi”), with a total area of 1,800 ha. There is agricultural land around the lakes, and woodland in the riverine lowlands.

Habitats


IUCN Habitat Coverage level Coverage % Habitat detail
Artificial/Terrestrial Unknown -
Wetlands (inland) Unknown -
Forest Unknown -

Recommended citation


Key Biodiversity Areas Partnership (2020) Key Biodiversity Areas factsheet: Wuda Lianchi Nature Reserve. Extracted from the World Database of Key Biodiversity Areas. Developed by the Key Biodiversity Areas Partnership: BirdLife International, IUCN, American Bird Conservancy, Amphibian Survival Alliance, Conservation International, Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, Global Environment Facility, Global Wildlife Conservation, NatureServe, Rainforest Trust, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, World Wildlife Fund and Wildlife Conservation Society. Downloaded from http://www.keybiodiversityareas.org/ on 27/11/2021.