The license applies to implementation of additional education programs for children and adults, and professional education for specialists in fields associated with nature protection and eco-tourism.
For 10 days, state inspectors (rangers) of natural reserves from Pskov, Irkutsk regions, the Republics of Sakha (Yakutia), Buryatia and Dagestan exchanged experience with employees of the Kronotsky Nature Reserve Protection Service.
Young ecoliders from all over the country have talked with the President on the final day of the All-Russian Forum "Ecosystem. The reserved land". Daria Shpilenok, the head of the Nature Protectors School project of the Kronotsky Nature Reserve, raised the topic of building modern tourist infrastructure in vulnerable natural areas of Kamchatka and proposed to strengthen nature protection by public environmental inspectors while meeting the Head of state. Vladimir Putin reacted positively to all the ideas, promising that he would contribute to their implementation.
In July 2022, another expedition to study marine mammals, organized by the Kronotsky Nature Reserve, was successfully completed. Employees of the reserve together with biologists from FEROP (Far East Russia Orca Project) examined the Shipunsky Peninsula coastal waters. The expedition was meant to collect data on significance of the studied area for marine mammals.
Scientific developments of the Kronotsky Reserve employee will ensure the implementation of the new law on tourism in protected areas
Methodology for calculating the maximum permissible recreational capacity of a natural area — one of the key concepts of the new draft federal law on ecological tourism — may be based on innovative developments co-authored by Anna Zavadskaya, senior researcher at the Kronotsky Nature Reserve. These will allow to determine how many tourists can visit a particular natural object for a specific period without harming it, where and what kind of tourist infrastructure to design. The law proposed by the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia was considered in the State Duma of the Russian Federation and received positive feedback.
Great luck! Employees of the Kronotsky Reserve made photo and video shoots of the eruption of the Grotto geyser in the Valley of Geysers
The grandiose and rare geyser eruption was witnessed by state inspectors and volunteers who went to the observation deck in front of the Stained Glass geyser ensemble after a working day.
Deer and sheep, bears, sockeye salmon and volcanoes: what and whom will be studied in the Kronotsky Nature Reserve in 2022
Research plans for the 2022 field season were discussed by employees of the Kronotsky State Nature Reserve and specially invited scientists from outside research institutions. More than 20 field research topics are planned at the annual scientific and technical council. Dozens of employees and volunteers will take part in the expeditions.
In one of the unique and most attractive places of the Kronotsky Reserve (or the whole world!) – the valley of the Geyser River – hydrogeologists have received new information about the geysers work regimen.
State inspectors and volunteers of the Kronotsky Nature Reserve are preparing for the field and tourist seasons in the soaring gorge of the mountain river. They now start to prepare the cordon in one of the main points of attraction for tourists in Kamchatka. State inspectors and volunteers alternate household chores with animal observations.