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A Park With Waterfowls Will Appear In Moscow
24.02.2017 23:57
A Park With Waterfowls Will Appear In Moscow

Design of the first Moscow Park for waterfowls will be developed this spring, and its construction will be finished in 2019, the Official Portal of Mayor and the Government of Moscow informed on Thursday. "It will appear in the area of Nature Park “Dlinnye Prudy" (long ponds) in the city's Northern part and will occupy almost 15 hectares. Its entire infrastructure will fit into the existing natural landscape", - said in a statement.

      It is planned that waterfowls and marsh birds - storks, herons, cranes, ducks, geese, and swans will live there. Everyone will be able not only to admire the birds but also feed them: vending machines with special food will be installed next to the ponds.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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