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Author (up) Xu, F.; Ming, M.; Yin, S.-jing; Munkhtsog, B. url  openurl
  Title Investigation on Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) and Its Prey in Baytag Mountain Region, Xinjiang Type Miscellaneous
  Year 2007 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 21 Issue 3 Pages 63-66  
  Keywords Beita mountain; prey resource; snow leopard; Xinjiang; Chinese  
  Abstract The snow leopard and it s p rey were investigated in Beita Mountain Region , Xinjiang in Sep . 2004.

Both the field survey and questionnaire were involved in this project which was supported by the International

Snow Leopard Trust and Xinjiang Conservation Fund. The signs marked by the snow leopard were used

to reflect the living condition of snow leopard and they were collected by running transects. The prey investigation was conducted by positioned observation and route survey. Fifteen transects were done in the

project and 67 signs leaved by snow leopard were discovered in total. 58. 2 % of them were scrapes ,

35.8 % of t hem were feces , 4.5 % of them were claw rakes and 1. 5 % of them were scent

spray. As to the prey resources , 4 herds of 23 ibex and 24 herds of 418 chukars were found during the survey. Also 81 local people of 5 different nationalities were interviewed during the field work , 13.

58 % of them had seen the snow leopard , 20. 99 % of them had heard of snow leopard but not seen. Among t hem , 10 herdsmen had sufferred from the loss of livestock attacked by snow leopard.
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  Notes Full Text Available in ChinesePeriodical: Journal of Arid Land Resources and Environment Approved no  
  Call Number SLN @ rana @ 874 Serial 1038  
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