The road to the country’s first breeding center for birds of prey in Kamchatka will be built in 2023.

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, February 4. /Then 24/. The road to Russia’s first international center for the reproduction and conservation of rare species of large birds of prey, which began work on February 3 in Kamchatka, will be built in 2023, according to site regional government.

“As part of the project of the International Center for the Rehabilitation, Breeding and Preservation of Rare Birds of Prey in Kamchatka, JSC KRDV plans to build a 3.3 km access road. Project documentation is under review. By the end of May, we plan to close the land issue of the landscaping and surveying project. Once the project comes out of review, we will place the terms of reference for the tender to start the works this year and finish them in 2023,” said the Minister of Transport and Road Construction of the Kamchatka Territory, Vladimir Kayumov, quoted in the message. .

It is specified that 84 individuals of birds of prey will be delivered to the falconry center built in the spring. The project is a resident of ASEZ “Kamchatka”.

Earlier, the head of Kamchatka, Vladimir Solodov, said that the task of the center, on the one hand, is to breed the population of falcons, and on the other hand to draw attention to these birds. Solodov also stressed the need to involve Arab partners in the training of birds, as well as to organize deliveries of gyrfalcons to Arab countries.

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