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Eleven of the twelve insect species listed in the Red Book of Kamchatka are found in the Kronotsky Reserve. They are the Feb sailbug, Kamchatka swallowtail, Aeneid Kamchatka butterfly, bedstraw hawk-moth, garden tiger moth, rare night butterfly, blue underwing, lime sash, Kentish glory, Kamchatka pilous beetle, Mackly carabus, sporadikus bumblebee, and Schrenk butterfly. Out of the twelve «red book» species, only one, the blue sash, is not on the Reserve.

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244 species of birds, included rare and endagered species noted in the Red Books of Russia, the Far East, and Kamchatka, as well as the golden eagle, merlin, peregrine falcon and Aleutian tern, migrate through and winter on the Reserve territory.