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The Kronotsky Nature Reserve agrees with the statement of Russian President Vladimir Putin about the need to treat protected area visitors “not as strangers, but as friends, close ones."
The stone birch in the Valley of Geysers can earn the title "Russian tree of the Year"
A three-hundred-year-old stone birch (Ermana birch) in the Valley of Geysers represents Kamchatka at the competition «Russian Tree of the Year - 2021». You can choose #главноедеревостраны (the main tree of the country) on the website of the All-Russian program «Trees - natural monuments» www.rosdrevo.ru, you can vote until August 1.
A month of silence has begun in the Kronotsky Nature Reserve
Scientists: Kamchatka's wild reindeer are unique
The documentary “Nerka. The Red Fish" conquers the world
Souvenirs of the Kronotsky Reserve can be received by post now
Penelope awaits while Veter is rambling: foxes filming continued
Each fox family is usually an object for separate observation because the interfamily relations are always different. Several years ago the mother and her elder daughter who has already had her own cubs united and formed a certain kindergarten for youngsters. Sometimes the father takes an active role in pups’ upbringing – he brings food and plays with the young.
Education program for families launched on the Kurile lake
Participants come from next to South Kamchatka Federal Reserve territories – Ozernovskiy, Pauzhetka and Zaporozhye settlements. Parents and their children headed towards the preserved lake to get to know some new facts about Kamchatka nature, flora and fauna of South Kamchatka and learn the basic safety rules on being good neighbors with bears. Kronotsky reserve experts help them with it all.
Kronotsky reserve reopened for visitors again
After a spell of rains along the whole biosphere reserve territory the natural fire danger class has been degraded. Kamchatka residents can already visit the reserve while there are still restrictions for visitors from other regions till July, 15th.
A set of precision instruments for Chukotka lakes exploration has been prepared by Russian scientists
Detailed and extensive research of distant Chukotka lakes ichthyofauna is quite a complicated but attractive challenge from scientific point of view. Besides discovered species common description there is also a number of biochemical experiments carried out, genetic probes taken and an overall lake ecosystem estimation is made. This combines hydrological and hydrobiological research (mostly on fish nutritive base). Important parameters are water-level fluctuations and temperature alterations on different depth levels throughout the year.