Center of reproduction

Center of reproduction and conservation of rare species of birds of prey

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Center of reproduction

Center of reproduction and conservation of rare species of birds of prey

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InternationalCenter for Rehabilitation
InternationalCenter for Rehabilitation, Reproduction and Conservation of Rare Bird Species in Kamchatka
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Falcon Nursery"MurAs"
Pilot project - Russian-Kyrgyz Falcon Nursery "MurAs" aimed at rehabilitation, conservation and reproduction of rare speciesof birds of prey
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HoubaraNursery in the Republic of Kalmykia
HoubaraNursery in the Republic of Kalmykia
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HoubaraNursery in the Republic of Kalmykia
HoubaraNursery in the Republic of Kalmykia
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Kamchatka Falcon Center

Kamchatka Falcon Center

About Project

The project is being implemented in accordance with Instructions of the President of the Russian Federation No. Pr-1991 dated September 25, 2019.
The project named "Establishment of Centers for Reproduction and Conservation of rare speciesof birds of prey" provides for the construction of an International Center for Reproduction and Conservation of Rare Large Speciesof Birds of Preyon the territory of the Milkovsky district of the Kamchatka Krai.
The KamchatkaCenter will bring together the best international experience in the reproduction of rare birds, including methods of the Russian-Kyrgyz Falcon Nursery "Muras" (established in the Issyk-Kul region of Kyrgyzstan with the assistance of specialists from the United Arab Emirates).
The nursery was created in 2017 with the cooperation of associates from Arab countries and specialists from the Russian Federation, aimed at rehabilitation, conservation and reproduction of rare speciesof birds of prey.
The total area of the Center will be up to 300 ha*.
For the first time in Russia, the Center will organize the reproduction of gyrfalcons - the most valuable and rare species of the Falconiforms.This species is listed in the Red Book of Russia in connection with the rapidly declining population, mainly due to poaching aimed at further sale for falconry.
The project implementation will create a base for the restoration of the gyrfalcon population in Kamchatka.
The production target of the Center provides for the output of up to 1000 birds per year. In addition, the Center will rehabilitate the gyrfalcons seized from poachers.
Milkovo
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy

Main tasks of the Center

KamchatkaFalconCenterincludes preparation of falcons for international competitions, and also helps create conditions for the first international falconry competition in the Russian Federation.
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A scientific group will be created for the first time in the world that will train students and prepare new falconers.
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Fightingagainst poaching activities.
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Rehabilitation of gyrfalcons seized from poachers.

Release of a limited number of birds. The process is monitored and approved by the scientific group.
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construction history

construction history

Layout of facilities

Russian-Kyrgyz Falcon Nursery "MurAs"

Russian-Kyrgyz Falcon Nursery "MurAs"

The nursery was created in 2017 with the cooperation of associates from Arab countries and specialists from the Russian Federation, aimed at rehabilitation, conservation and reproduction of rare speciesof birds of prey.

About Project

The location of the “MurAs” Nursery was chosen taking into account the local climatic conditions similar to the Kamchatka Krai’s climate - the white gyrfalcon’s homeland.
Since 2017, in a short period of time, 400 falcons have been grown.
Currently, the “MurAs” Nursery contains 400 pairs of falcons, 200 of which are ready to move to their homeland - the Kamchatka Krai.
The total area of ​​the falconry project is about 300 hectares. The target is to breed up to 1000 birds per year.
The nursery is aimed at the rehabilitation, conservation and reproduction of rare species of birds of prey.
over 500 new individuals

Unique Technology

The nursery has a unique technology for breeding and raising birds. For them, conditions are created that are as close as possible to their natural habitat.

This applies to all stages - from the selection of a pair and nesting process to offspring hatching and raising. Each stage takes place under the close supervision of our technologists. Since 2016, more than 500 new individuals have appeared in the nursery.
Kalmykia

HoubaraNursery in the Republic of Kalmykia

About project

The houbaranursery construction project in the Republic of Kalmykia is being implemented in accordance with Instructions of the President of the Russian Federation No. Pr-1991dated September 25, 2019.
Up to 1,500 houbaras are planned to be released into the wild every year.
On the basis of the houbaranursery, a Competition Center will be established, where the boarders of the Kamchatka Falcon Center will be able to show themselves in international events.
Events at the Competition Center are planned to be held on a regular basis.
The main task of the nursery is to preserve and restore the population of some species of houbaras listed in the Red Book as an endangered species of rare steppe birds, in particular, the houbara.

The Republic of Kalmykia is located on the extreme

southeast of the European part of Russia.

74 731 km² - area of ​​the region

272 thousand people population

−3.8 ° C January
+ 27.2 ° C July
average temperature

More details
about the region

The region is located in the steppe zones,
semi-deserts and deserts.
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Kalmykia has a wide variety of fauna, on the territory of the republic there are unique species of animals, including those listed in the Red Book.
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The fauna and geographical features of the region contributed to the fact that in the past, falconry was widespread among the population of Kalmykia.
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The territory of Kalmykia is a nesting area for birds of the bustard family, and the low urbanization of the region favors the growth of their population.
The Kalmyk steppes, hilly and windy, are ideal for preparing young falcons for international
competitions.
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ВИДЕО ГАЛЕРЕЯ

Foundation Roskongress
Russia, 123610 Moscow, Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 12