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Hunting In Altai
19.08.2014 20:41
Hunting In Altai
(Source: http://www.ebftour.ru/news.htm?id=60&print=true)

The Committee on the Protection, Use and Reproduction of Fauna of the Altai Republic issued a decree on the organization of the amateur and sport bird hunting by means of island and continental gundogs, retrievers, spaniels and birds of prey on the territories of the hunting grounds.

      This, however, does not apply to the protected natural areas, excluded from the hunting grounds and especially protected natural territories of federal significance, the official web portal of the Republic of Altai reports. It is allowed to hunt the bog-meadow birds (great snipe, snipe, garshnep, lapwing, curlew, corncrake, shepherd and spotted crake) in the period from July 25 to December 31; the upland birds (capercaillie, black grouse, hazel grouse, white and tundra partridge, woodcock), as well as the field and steppe birds (gray and bearded partridges, quail, dove, turtle dove) from August 5 to December 31.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Altai hunting    

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