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Wildlife of Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia 

Wildlife of Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia 

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The Kurgalsky reserve is one of the most valuable natural territories in North-West Russia. Many rare plants and animals call it home: the baltic ringed seal, black-throated loon, ruddy turnstone, garden dormouse, peregrine falcon and the golden eagle.
According to the “Nord Stream 2” project, a twin gas pipeline system would run from Russia to Europe across the Baltic Sea. The planned gas pipeline will cut a 3.7 kilometre-long scar through the trees as it passes through parts of old-growth forests. The impact will be irreversible. The conduction of such works is strictly prohibited by the Russian legislation and by International agreements that were signed by Russia. The Kurgalsky is protected by two international conventions: “On wetlands” (Ramsar Convention) and “On the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea Area”. 
Beetle in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
05 July, 2016 
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Sterna in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
04 July, 2016 
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Tawny Owl in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
03 January, 2014 
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Oyster Catcher in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
02 July, 2016 
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Sterna in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
05 July, 2016 
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Swans in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
01 July, 2016 
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Bird in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
20 June, 2015 
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Young Bird in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
25 July, 2015 
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Bog-Rosemary in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
15 August, 2017 
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Flora in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
07 July, 2016 
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Drosera in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
15 August, 2017 
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Dunlin in Kurgalsky Nature Reserve in Russia
25 May, 2017 
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