Mount Huang Shan, China (mainland)
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.
Huang Shan is located in southern Anhui Province, and is the highest mountain in eastern China. It is a famous tourist attraction for its pine forests, rocks, hot springs and clouds.
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