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Ural ornithologists will throw two dozen small Saker Falcons into the forest Russian news EN

Ural ornithologists will throw two dozen small Saker Falcons into the forest

Ural ornithologists will throw two dozen small Saker Falcons into the forest to save Red Book birds from extinction. About it informs edition E1.

The saker falcon in Russia is practically exterminated by poachers. The ornithologists of the Holzan nursery brought out the chicks to throw them into the wild.

“We take out the aviary chicks as babies – for release by the hacking method. That is, they are very small placed in such boxes, which are called hacks. There they are feeding and gradually, when their wings are getting stronger, they begin to make their first flights. Gradually get acquainted with the territory. And they are already flying out to look for a food base. And, making sure that there is food, they remain in these parts, ”the nursery said.

Ornithologists expect to throw about 20 chicks into the forests. The nursery is also looking for volunteers to watch the Saker Falcons and help them adapt.

Previously became knownthat five inhabitants Republic of Altai from the villages of Kosh-Agach and Argut will help scientists in preserving the snow leopard population. Thus, experts expect to instill in local villagers a desire to take care of the snow leopard in order to teach them to live in harmony with wildlife. People will monitor the 15 snow leopards by setting up cameras in their habitats, as well as remove traps and poachers’ loops, reporting predators.

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