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Automatic Recorders to Protect Kaliningrad National Park from Vandals
12.03.2012 10:36
Automatic Recorders to Protect Kaliningrad National Park from Vandals

Autoregistrars set up in the unique national park Vishtynetskiy of the Kaliningrad region are meant to fix violations of rules of conduct in the wood, and to record statistics of wild animals.
      Soon more than 75 information stands will be set up around the perimeter of the park. Banners mark especially protected zones, where animals and plants registered in the Red Book are found more often.
      Independent registrars of movements can run without additional charge for 60 days in a row. 30 more record devices are to be acquired in the near future.
      The park area makes 24 thousand hectares. The landscape of the national park is formed by the largest, deepest and clearest lake of the Kaliningrad Region - Vishtynetsky Lake on border with Lithuania.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Kaliningrad Region Ecology Nature Vandals  

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