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In Kamchatka, rare birds will be monitored

The Forestry and Wildlife Conservation Agency of the Kamchatka Territory has concluded a state contract with the Kamchatka branch of the Pacific Institute of Geography (KF TIG) to conduct monitoring of the reluctant bird species of Kamchatka, including rare and endangered species. This was announced by the Acting Head of the Agency for Forestry and Wildlife Conservation of the Kamchatka Territory Yevgeny Shirokov.

The researchers' task is to determine the change in the number of reluctant bird species of Kamchatka during the nesting period and the prewinter period. Route surveys will be conducted in the forests of the Ust-Kamchatka, Bystrinsky, Milkovsky and Ust-Bolsheretsk districts, ”said Yevgeny Shirokov.

Field work, in accordance with the terms of the contract, will be conducted through November inclusive. After that, the specialists of the Institute will proceed to the processing of materials and the synthesis of the obtained data with data from previous periods. The final report must be completed by the end of 2014.

The work will be carried out within the framework of the implementation of the state program of the Kamchatka Territory “Environmental protection, reproduction and use of natural resources in the Kamchatka Territory for the 2014-2018 years” (subprogram “Ensuring the reproduction and conservation of wildlife and hunting resources in the Kamchatka Territory”).