Articles

Year 2011




December 31, 2011| Where we got Farther Frost from and why he came up with?
By Marina Kuzmich, "TUT.BY" Farther Frost. How old is Farther Frost? "Do not go into the yard as Zyuzya is there." Nalibokskiy Winter Grandfather. Wonders of the Stankovskiy Forest. Greetings from Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111231b.html December 31, 2011| What is the name of the Belarusian Father Frost
"Solidarity" Since Soviet times, we have accustomed to expect gifts from Farther Frost on New Year's Eve. But not everyone knows that pagan winter god of Zuzya and good-natured St. Nicholas are traditionally closer for the Belarusians. The correspondent of "Solidarity" found out how famous characters of winter are important in our culture. The name Santa Claus comes from Sinter Klass, as the Dutch called St. Nicholas. Farther Frost is our Soviet legacy. The basis for creating this image goes from the Russian pagan mythology and the gods of winter, which are in worship in Russia. Belarus has its own Farther Frost who lives since 2003 in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, in the estate with Snow Maiden, deer and a high old spruce tree. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111231a.html December 31, 2011| To a village with a grandfather
By Eugene Berezyuk, Catherine Panteleyeva, Vladimir Statkevich, Victoria Tereshonok & Anna Tolkach, "Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper, No 252 Reporters of our newspaper went to Belovezhskaya Pushcha to the residence of Belarusian Father Frost a month before the main holiday for kids. We have read hundreds of letters which were delivered here from the guys from across the country. We have conferred and debated. Although it was hard, we have selected 11 desires that seemed peculiar. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111231.html December 30, 2011| A tale lives here and there
By Ina Dobryden, "Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper, No 251 Anxious expectation of wonder and magic does not depend on climatic conditions. This time is for the most popular New Year and Christmas holidays, for bright hopes and dreams of cloudless. Earlier, adults and young people of the Neman River's area had to go far to Belovezhskaya Pushcha to meet the chief magician Farther Frost and share with him the most cherished secrets. But today, the New Year's tale has become much closer. Inhabitant of Nalibokskaya Pushcha - Grandfather Winter with his faithful companion Woman Snowstorm –is settled in an old carved manor in the village of Zaleyki, Ivie district, on the banks of the swift river of Gavi. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111230.html
December 29, 2011| ABC of hospitality. About tourism
By Valentine Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper There were recently discussed at a meeting of the Brest Regional Executive Committee who and how spends the hard currency for trips abroad. Not all is good. A simple matter is to spend the currency but harder is to earn it, especially in the tourism field. It is also to mention the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". I like to be in protected natural areas. But the service is not changed there. Pushcha is National brand. Tourists get no best treatment there. But how are guests welcomed in the Bereza district or in Pinsk? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111229.html
December 28, 2011| Our reporter went for a ride with Farther Frost on the opened bypass road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Galina Romanchuk, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper It is through the eyes of Santa Claus on how villages along the highway bypassing Belovezhskaya Pushcha have been transformed. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111228.html December 19, 2011| Is Belarus becoming a center for hunting in Europe?
"Tourism and Rest" Hunting in Belarus attracts foreigners. Special tours are arranged for outdoor enthusiasts there. The famous Reserve "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" became one of the favorite places for hunters. Bison are now offered to shoot in the Reserve. It seems that not only nature but also a rich past attracts tourists. Foreigners are attracted even with exotic. So, the first farm appeared in the country and pheasants are grown for hunting there. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111219.html December 16, 2011| Talent up front!
By Anna Hodarovich, "Belarusskaya Niva" (The Belarusian Field) newspaper Alexander Golubev, a lieutenant colonel, began his passion with ... a simple little stool. I turned not bad and friends were happy. Now the former military has its own workshop in the basement of a large house in Oranchitsy. The master makes barrels, rocking chairs and other various things. Crafts are to be developed, he argues. It is especially important in places like Pruzhany as near Belovezhskaya Pushcha and a bypass road, and it's expected the influx of foreign tourists. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111216a.html December 16, 2011| Bison from Bialowieza Forest live in Spain already for 1.5 years
By E. Surzhok, "Planetpics" A year and a half have passed since bison alighted out from the containers in which went thousands of kilometers through Europe and arrived from the Bialowieza Forest Reserve in the village of San Sebrian de Muda, Spain. Fernando Castillo Moran, founder and director of the Association "Center for Conservation of European Bison in Spain" was able to get the area of 2,000 hectare for the reserve of bison. Spanish experiment started a year and a half ago. A bison calf was born, called Cyprien. Today people from all over Spain travel to San Sebrian to admire the bison bonasus in their natural habitat, listen to lectures about them and learn about the role played by these large ungulates in the lives of our ancestors. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111216.html December 15, 2011| The Vorobei's case on the revision of the prosecutor's office
"Belarusian Green Portal" The sensational case of Nikolai Vorobei, an employee of the National Nature Sanctuary "Vygonoshchanskoye" who seriously injured in the line of duty a year ago and is still undergoing rehabilitation, will be sent for review to the General Prosecutor of the Republic of Belarus. Recall that in early September of 2011, the Ivatsevichi district court passed sentence against a 38-year-old keeper of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". He shot Nikolai, was found guilty and suffered a minor penalty. The aggrieved party intends to file a complaint to the Prosecutor General of Belarus with the requirement to review the case and render a just verdict. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111215.html December 14, 2011| Wild boar runs headlong ... A new bypass highway around Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Eugene Belasin, "Brestskiy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper The highway Peschatka – Svisloch, which was opened without a lot of noise on November 7, has its pluses and minuses. I discovered them as a driver and a passenger - in any case as a user. Pluses include the relatively good asphalt roadway, the low density of transport and the winding road line. Minuses are the danger of collisions with wild animals, falling trees, different kinds of imperfections and the winding road line. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111214.html December 09, 2011| Belovezhskaya Pushcha
"Compromising Information" On December 8, 1991, the leaders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine signed in Belovezhskaya Pushcha the legendary Agreement "The Creation of the Commonwealth of Independent States" which marked the collapse of the USSR. On the 20th anniversary, mass media resemble the official chronicle of the events and publish a publicly unknown eyewitness accounts of what happened at the historic meeting of Presidents Boris Yeltsin, Stanislav Shushkevich and Leonid Kravchuk in the place of Viskuli. Ex-director of the Reserve rejected the myth that the Agreement was signed by three 'Slavic bison" supposedly being "drunk". A former secretary from the village of Kamenyuki told that she typed all the talks of the leaders of the three countries, including the text of the Agreement. On the threshold of the date, sociologists surveyed a public opinion and found that, while most Russians believe that the collapse of the Soviet Union could have been avoided, few respondents say in favor of restoring the Union in the same format. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111209.html December 08, 2011| Historical documents and a typewriter from Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Svetlana Jaskevich, "Zvyazda" (The Star) newspaper 20 years ago, documents have been signed in Belovezhskaya Pushcha which ended the existence of a great country called the Soviet Union. Former director of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Sergei Balyuk, as fate willed, would dictate the protocols to his typist. It's a great pity he is no longer with us as being gone a few years ago. I still have the recorder print of the interview with him made a decade ago. Sergey was already retired, not feeling too well, but agreed to a meeting as he was the need to express from his soul. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111208e.html December 08, 2011| On the shooting, trophies and others
By Boris Orekhov, "Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper Hunting opportunities in Belarus were presented in the Belarusian Embassy in Moscow. Fascinating story about hunting in Belarus, of course, is impossible without the story of Belovezhskaya Pushcha - the amazing green monument and the miracle of nature, which is called the last great forest of Europe. The scale of Pushcha staggers the imagination. Geography covers the whole Europe. The cherished trophy. Experiences are in the billions. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111208d.html December 08, 2011| President Yeltsin destroyed the Ipatiev house, then the Soviet Union collapsed
By Eugene Chernykh, "Komsomolskaya Pravda" (The Komsomol Truth in Belarus) newspaper It is about the mystical background of the elimination of the USSR 20 years ago, on 8 December 1991, in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The Ipatiev mystery, perhaps, is one of the most burning in national history. After all, it concerns one sixth of Earth's Name Brief Russia, sixth of the former. It was shattered into pieces in Belovezhskaya Pushcha twenty years ago. It all started in te Ipatiev Monastery near Kostroma. On March 14, 1613, it was made a solemn ritual for the kingdom of Mikhail Romanov there, ending the Time of Troubles in Russia. After 305 years, Bolsheviks secretly executed the last Russian Tsar Nicholas Romanov, his queen, the heir and his daughters in the same Ipatiev House in Ural. The dynasty ended. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111208c.html December 08, 2011| Shushkevich: the Soviet Union was broken up an impromptu
By Alexei Zimin, "SvobodnayaPressa" 20 years ago, a unique agreement, which destroyed the gigantic empire - the Soviet Union - without a single drop of blood, was signed in the hunting estate Viskuli that in the heart of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Stanislav Shushkevich, one of the main characters of this historic event and the owner of that "party", told to "SP" about what really happened on 7 and 8 December 1991 in Viskuly. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111208b.html December 08, 2011| Soviet Union out! The Belovezhskoe Agreement was signed 20 years ago
By Elena Yakovleva, "Russian newspaper" 20 years ago, the heads of the three Soviet republics - Russia, Belarus and Ukraine - signed an agreement that stopped Soviet history and gave rise to another Russian history. It was done in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, in the place of Viskuly, famous now all over the world. What are the Belovezhskoe Agreement and attitudes? History: the meeting in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Elimination took place sober. A woman who has ruined the state. What the Soviet is regretted by readers. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111208a.html December 08, 2011| Belovezhskaya Pushcha: the purity of intentions
By Peter Romanov, "RIA Novosti" 20 years since Presidents Yeltsin, Kravchuk and Shushkevich met and put the final point at the existence of the Soviet Union is marked On December 8. However, since "the old country" was dying slowly and painfully, different people will date the demise of the Soviet Union in many ways. Someone remembers the restructuring by Mikhail Gorbachev, someone points out to the parade of sovereignties, and someone says something about the putsch. I do not intend to challenge any of these versions, as is sure that each of these events actually contributed to the collapse of the Soviet Union. Yet back in the USSR for the fatal end of 1991. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111208.html December 07, 2011| Timeless melody of Belovezhskaya Pushcha
"Zvyazda" (The Star) newspaper It is the big publication about Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It contains an interview with General Director Alexander Bury, director of the tourist and shopping complex Valentina Sergeeva, deputy director for science Vasiliy Arnolbik. At the residence of Santa Claus. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111207c.html December 07, 2011| Belarus has decided to attract foreign tourists through hunting for bison
"TOURBUS.RU" The Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Moscow held a press conference on the theme of "Hunting in Belarus." There are many nature reserves and national parks in Belarus which offer a wide range of individual and collective forms of hunting - "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", national parks "Pripyatskiy", "Narochanskiy" and "Braslav Lakes", the Berezinskiy Biosphere Reserve, etc. Of course, Belovezhskaya Pushcha which is located on the territories of Belarus and Poland is the main "hunting" pearl of the country. The National Park "Pripyatskiy" is another territory of Belarus potentially very attractive to hunters. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111207b.html December 07, 2011| Gennady Burbulis "In Belovezhskaya Pushcha, we found a civilized way out of the historical impasse"
By Vitaly Tseplyaev, "Arguments and Facts" The Belovezhskoe Agreement was signed 20 years ago. December 8, 1991 Leaders of the three Slavic republics of the Soviet Union - Russia, Ukraine and Belarus - met in the place of Viskuli in Belovezhskaya Pushcha (Belarus). They signed a historic document - the agreement on the formation of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The Soviet Union disappeared from the political map of the world, but debate about whether it was good or evil still continues. The opinion "against the preservation of the USSR." In 1991 and 1992, Gennady Burbulis was Secretary of state of Russia, First Deputy Chairman of the Russian Government and he, together with President Boris Yeltsin, put his signature under the historic agreement. He speaks today of Belovezhskoe consensus as a major step in the life of the country, which lessons are useful to be learned by the new generation of politicians. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111207a.html December 07, 2011| A Belovezhskaya drama. The last night of Soviet
"Sterhmedia" 20 years ago, on 8 December 1991, the Belovezhskoe Agreement was signed. It can be argued that this event is the main diplomatic mystery of the XX century. Srecko Djukic, doctor, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia in the Republic of Belarus, being at that time ambassador of Yugoslavia in Russia, witnessed the death of the Soviet empire. His book "Secrets of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Viskuli - the last day of the USSR" was dedicated to this event. We offer an excerpt from this book to our readers. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111207.html
December 06, 2011| Jags in the fields
By Vera Artega, "Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper, No 233 Scientists and environmentalists think about the future of the forest giant. Today our country in its different parts has a dozen of micro-populations with a total of about one thousand animals. But that's good or bad? The views of those who influence on the fate of bison diverge. In particular, Peter Kozlo convinced that even the current number of bison is a too big burden for the environment within their habitat areas. For example, 415 bison populate Belovezhskaya Pushcha, according to the data of year 2010, whereas the recommended number of these animals is equal to 250. And what to do with the rest? Settle, put in zoo enclosures to show for tourists, selling and ... shoot. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111206.html
December 04, 2011| Construction of a bypass road along Belovezhskaya Pushcha will bring our district to a new level of economic
By Anna Hodarovich, "Pruzhany.su" The District Executive Committee held a working meeting of the headquarters for the construction of a bypass road along Belovezhskaya Pushcha within the Brest region including the Pruzhany district. It was attended by leaders of 20 companies and organizations involved in this business. Deputy Chairman of the Executive Committee S. Guk answered questions after the meeting. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111204.html November 25, 2011| Vladimir Neklyaev: "My attitude to Brest is like to the city of my youth ..."
"Virtual Brest" The Portal "Virtual Brest" asked Vladimir Neklyaev a few questions. We tried to formulate our questions in the way to deal primarily with the city of Brest. Q: Belovezhskaya Pushcha is famous for its wealth, but, unfortunately, you can often hear accusations that these treasures are squandered and are available only for selected people. What steps should be taken for conservation of our land's nature and the efficient use of resources of the forest? A: I was horrified by photos of Belovezhskaya Pushcha - felling of the unique and relict forest. Cutting is like it is just a "firewood". It may be said that this is a monument of our vandalism. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a1111125.html
November 23, 2011| Is it the need to remove bison animals from Belovezhskaya Pushcha?
By Anastasia Solonovich, "Naviny.by" Belarusian zoologists, environmentalists, hunters, and just the public continue to haunt the idea about bison suddenly bred in the country. Some are trying to somehow protect the symbol of Belarus listed in a Red Data Book, the other are only heating debates and are reinforcing fears of conservationists. Currently, the populations in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, Osipovichi and Oserany total 706 animals. Two hundred bison must be eliminated during five years. Bison needs for resettlement. When bison began to become burden to Belarus? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a1111123a.html
November 23, 2011| Will commercial hunting of bison be allowed in Belarus?
By Elena Sadowskaya, "Wild Nature" Belarusians were told during almost a century that bison is their main natural heritage and national pride, and it should be cherished as the apple of one's eye. But now, the conventional wisdom will be revised. It turns out that Belarus had multiplied so many animals to talk about the need of commercial hunting. The law of averages. Breeding with a gun. Bison is not only a valuable fur. It is no longer a tenant at age 14. The population is in decline. The golden core. Red book is to endure all? Instead of an epilogue. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a1111123.html
November 17, 2011| Polish Materz School "Polesie" says in the language of education and culture
By Ludmila Pavlova "Brestskiy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper Behind the scenes ran for 15 years, and the next leaf fall has brought the 15th anniversary for the Brest PMS "Polesie". Its members and guests from Poland will celebrate the anniversary with the rich and interesting program this weekend. All the activities of the Brest branch of PMS "Polesie" associated with the name of its founder and permanent leader Mary Sulima - mentor in the profession and to the spirit, energetic organizer, and lover of poetry, who published a collection of her poems. One of her new poems - "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" – is dedicated to the anniversary of "Polesie". Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111117a.html
November 17, 2011| Peschatka-Dymniki - the road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha (part two)
"Virtual Brest" Portal "Virtual Brest" published the article "From Brest to Grodno and back through Belovezhskaya Pushcha" a week before the official opening of the road Peschatka-Svisloch (bypassing Belovezhskaya Pushcha). At that time we went only for the most part of the road, but not all. Conclusion was unequivocal - the road is very good quality but look at it is nothing. And besides, it is already very strongly meandering. A week after the opening, we again went to the scene to see how things are going at this time. The new route has been selected - from the border crossing Peschatka to the village of Dymniki, the former starting point. Thus, this report is the continuation of the first. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111117.html
November 15, 2011| Duumvirate to save tourism?
By Elena Sadovskaya, "Wild Nature" Prospects for development of ecological and hunting tourism in regions of Belarus were discussed at a joint session of the two ministries – Forestry, and Sports and Tourism. It was held in the town of Volozhin on November 11. Ministry of Forestry has 74 well equipped hunting complexes. Today environmental and hunting tours become more and more popular. But in Belarus there is shortage of tourist facilities to show ecological paths and testing areas for hunters' target practice. In 2010, 1,024 travel routes have been founded. But only 150 of them can be attributed to environmental ones. And 15 are in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Head of Forestry considers exemplary the ecological route laid deep in Nalibokskaya Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111115a.html November 15, 2011| A road to the future
By Irina Orlova, "Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper Participants of the Investment Forum "Belovezhskaya Pushcha - Tourism and Recreation" discussed new investment projects that open up within the framework of the State Program of Development of Tourism in the Republic of Belarus for 2011-2015 adopted this year/ The Forum was timed to coincide with the opening of a new highway bypassing Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Sport and recreation. From a bird's-eye high. The farm "BelovezhTour." The village of Bely Lesok is a gateway to Belovezhskaya Pushcha. We got a great opportunity after the opening of the highway to bypass the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111115.html November 14, 2011| "Belarusian hunting tourism to focus on an integrated tourism product"
"Wild Nature" It is a speech by Igor Kachanovsky, head of the Department of Natural Systems and Agriculture at the Department of Affairs of the President of the Republic of Belarus. Today, the Department of Affairs of the President of the Republic of Belarus, which administer more than 1 million hectares of hunting grounds belonging to the seven forest and game ground enterprises, switched to entirely new rules for the organization of hunting tours. The comprehensive tourism product is now in high demand all over the world. Large hunting enclosures are in national parks "Pripyatsky" and "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". We must look for something special and memorable. Belovezhskaya Pushcha with its Santa Claus is as much popular as hotel rooms are booked in the National Park for the winter ahead. We expect that 400,000 tourists will visit it in 2011. But we should not blindly copy the image of Santa Claus. Each region must find its zest. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111114.html
November 04, 2011| A shot to prevent
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (Evening Brest) newspaper Less than a year ago, life for the young biologist Nikolai Vorobei clearly divided into "before" and "after." In the summer of 2010, he graduated from the Belarusian State University, Department of Biology and was placed on a job in the National Nature Sanctuary "Vygonoshchanskoye." Whereupon is a hospital ward, operation and countless desperate hope of recovery. It's the story of confrontation. A man with the gun turned out to be the gamekeeper of the Forest and Game Ground "Vygonovskoe" Michail Yaruta - officer of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". The Sanctuary's staff had bad relationships with him. Shot by negligence? New troubles. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111104.html
November 02, 2011| Run away from the hustle
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (Evening Brest) newspaper In the city of Brest, the Project "Cross-border tourism in border regions of Belarus and Poland" has been summed up. Its purpose was to analyze the rural tourism sphere in the Brest region, to study the public opinion about the rural tourism in the Belarusian-Polish border area and to develop a new cross-border "green" route. In the summer, our readers have learned the fact that this route has been developed and tested, - Sasha Kullbacka, reporter of the "Evening Brest", together with a group of enthusiasts like he is, participated in the water-cycle tour "August Channel – Belovezhskaya Pushcha". The results of the theoretical part of the project, voiced last week, also seem quite curious. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111102.html November 01, 2011| 25 agro-tourism farms are in Kamenets district, only 8 of them welcome visitors!
By Galina GERASIMUK, "Tourism and Recreation" The latest data registered 25 agro-tourism farms in Kamenets district. It is true that guests are welcomed only 8 of them. In general, small villages are now in the process of transformation to some new form. Houses are empty. Citizens buy them to come here to relax. Abandoned houses just should not be in these wonderful places, like ours. This week, a working group to promote the development of rural tourism organized an outdoor workshop. This is largely due to the near completion of the bypass road around the perimeter of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The farms "Bialowieza Corner" and "Belovezhskaya Living Room" were the first on the route. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111101a.html November 01, 2011| Life of the people of the Vygonoschankoe area inextricably linked with lakes and forests
By Tatiana Grinkevich, "Republican Finance Corporation" I wanted to visit the village of Vygonoschi of the Ivatsevichi district for a long time. Here is the National Nature Sanctuary's center, being as an affiliate of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". The local people are hardworking, silent and solid. Hunters and anglers are in each family. Fishermen come here from all over Belarus to catch pike, carp, grass carp and crucian. Hunters from Europe also visit this area to track horned elk or fierce wild boar. Between the lake and forest. The gravity. Generous gifts. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111101.html
October 31, 2011| From Brest to Grodno and back through Belovezhskaya Pushcha (photo)
"Virtual Brest" On November 7, the official opening of the road that skirts Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It was built in just a year and a half on the personal order of the President. It is assumed that the road will give an impetus to the development of the entire region, and Belovezhskaya Pushcha in particular. The Virtual Brest Portal offers you a small tour on the new road. An attempt was made to find out how the real situation is in expectation of future investors, and whether the two regional centers became closer to one another. To do this, we drove to the city of Grodno and back. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111031.html
October 29, 2011| About how I scattered the christening
By Vasiliy Petruchuk, "To the Glory of the Motherland" Guerrilla groups were operating in Belovezhskaya Pushcha in the autumn of 1941. They consisted of the Red Army units stayed in our forests, and Belovezhskaya Pushcha was precisely their main base. A guerrilla band, which held the military area in the locality of Knyazhina, was the founder of the guerrilla movement in the territory of today's Gaynovskogo and Bielsko-Podlyashskogo provinces. After one night operation our fighters moved to Belovezhskaya Pushcha while Germans on motorcycles and armored vehicles drove around the outskirts and were looking for "Russian". Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111029.html October 28, 2011| Belarusian oligarchs making a fortune in crisis
"UDF.BY" At a time when the majority of Belarusians rapidly impoverished, oligarchs close to the government are increasing their capital. The crisis did not prevent them from opening new stores and entertainment facilities and from accelerating privatization of state factories. "Your Country's Tomorrow" website examined how the assets of the largest Belarusian businessmen have been growing in the current year. Vladimir Peftiev. Yuri Chizh is building in Minsk, under Logoisk, in Belovezhskaya Pushcha and in the Mir Castle. Alexander Shakutin. Pavel Topuzidis. Alexander Moshensky. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111028.html October 27, 2011| Investments in tourism: the longing for home as the engine of progress
By Tatiana Chudak, "Tourism and Recreation" During the Investment Forum "Belovezhskaya Pushcha - Tourism and Recreation" in the Brest region on October 19, 2011, representatives of government and business circles have discussed the theory and practice of investing in the tourism industry of the country for the example of the National Park and surrounding areas. Bialowieza Forest of itself is "tidbit" for investors and it will become even more attractive after the construction of a bypass road. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111027b.html October 27, 2011| Secrets of Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Ina Goncharovich, "21.by" Unknown documents on "the biography" of the largest nature reserve in Europe have been published. Many interesting information on this subject is in the book "The Royal Hunt in Belovezhskaya Pushcha". We are talking with Nikolai Cherkas, one of its authors, about the book. He is PhD and was an employee of Belovezhskaya Pushcha in the past. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111027a.html
October 27, 2011| The road through "empty field"
By Fedor Mukha, "Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper, No 206 The tourist infrastructure has to be heavily "strung" on the bypass road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha. A seminar was in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Its purpose was to initiate further development of tourism in Belarus for the case of the new bypass road which runs along the outskirts of the National Park. The Forum members gathered in the town of Pruzhany and immediately went on a tour in this district center. Leaving Pruzhany on a road built by Russian emperors through Belovezhskaya Pushcha, members of the Investment Forum moved to the Kamenets district. A plenary session was in the Kamenyuki village where the Chairman of the Kamenetz Executive Committee Andrei Pisarik presented travel benefits of this small village which has become the "capital" of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Head of the administration of the Svisloch district also promised full support and organizational assistance to potential investors. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111027.html
October 26, 2011| The road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha is in waiting for investors
By Valentine Kozlovich , "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper A bypass road around the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" has not yet put into operation, but the Brest Regional Executive Committee has ranked it as one of the seven wonders of Belarus. It is no object because the road has significantly reduced the journey from Brest to Grodno and has breathed new life into villages hitherto considered unpromising. But the bypass was not built just for the road of itself but for investments. It is still too early to say that investors are lining up to "the place within Pushcha", and tourists have helped fill the budget of the Brest region. Why? Recently, participants of the Investment Forum tried to understand it. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111026a.html
October 26, 2011| 100 roads. Neighbours. More good and different bison (video)
By Alexander Vlaskin, "TUT.BY" The Project "100 Roads" by the TUT.BY portal sometimes reveals interesting facts not only of geography, sociology or history of our native country, but also unexpectedly confronted with previously unknown information about the fauna of the country. For example, during visits to the Belarusian and Polish parts of Belovezhskaya Pushcha, we were able to look at the national symbol of the two countries - lowland European bison, not only to see but also to compare these animals on both sides. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111026.html
October 25, 2011| A detour road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha to complete
By Svetlana Yaskievich, "21.by" Construction of a bypass road around the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" is almost completed. Its total length is slightly over 180 kilometers. Real Estate in the village of Bely Lesok. An extreme trip into a swamp. There is in Mokroe and there will be in Vidnoe. An aerial tour over Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111025.html
October 21, 2011| Circle of investments will cover Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Tamara Tiborovskaya, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The Investment Forum "Belovezhskaya Pushcha - Tourism and Recreation" was in Pruzhany and Kamenetz districts on October 19. Its main goal concerned the development of the tourism industry along the perimeter of the Belovezhskaya Pushcha's boundaries. Program of the Investment Forum was intense. The Forum participants discussed investment proposals in the field of tourism at the plenary session held in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". According to Deputy Prime Minister Anatoly Tozik, Belarus has everything you need to become a tourist country: a unique climate, picturesque lakes and rivers, and hospitable people. A new road around Pushcha will become a bridge between Europe and the CIS countries. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111021.html
October 14, 2011| Belovezhskaya Pushcha
"Tourism in Belarus" Today we talk about Belovezhskaya Pushcha which is the bearer of the title of the largest nature reserve in Europe. The article will be of interest to people who are not indifferent to the nature of our country, and who want to know more and more about its heritage. Today our conversation will be about the area which is a national park in the Republic of Belarus. This is Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111014.html October 13, 2011| Seven Wonders of Belarus: Belovezhskaya Pushcha
"Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper Belovezhskaya Pushcha is the biggest area of the relict lowland primeval forest which, according to research from modern science, covered Europe in prehistoric times. People in the arts are frequently guests in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. This year, artists from Brest only attended the same artistic meetings. The open-air painting is now not even got one but a few steps above – it has become international. Most visitors came from the other side of the Bialowieza Forest - from Poland. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111013a.html October 13, 2011| What is happiness
By Fedor Mucha, "Zarya" (The Dawn) newspaper Victor Bazylchuki and his wife Irina from the village of Dvortsy, Kamenets district, who have five children, know what is happiness. She met twenty-four Victor at the wedding of her cousin in a village of the area of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Parents helped them buy a small wooden house in the village of Dvortsy on the outskirts of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Victor as being a forester of the Rechitsa forestry area of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" has a lot of many things to take care of. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111013.html
October 12, 2011| Thesis of Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper Recently, experts of the Council of Europe have visited the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". They came to see what has changed there after the European Diploma was suspended. The Diploma recognizes not only the value of nature but also is an effective tool to protect it. Another equally important event is coming to Pushcha next month. In early November, a bypass road around the National Park will be launched. This year over 250 thousand people visited Pushcha. It is a pity that impressions of tourists are not always pleasant. This point was under attention at a meeting of the Brest Regional Executive Committee last spring. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a111012.html
September 27, 2011| Belovezhskaya Pushcha can get back a European Diploma in February of 2012
By Catherine Sinyuk, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The welcome experts from the Council of Europe, who have an influence upon the solution of the CE Directorate General about getting back a European Diploma for the National Park, visited Belovezhskaya Pushcha. They were satisfied with what they saw. However, they gave no promises. They advised to wait until February 2012 when a final verdict on Belovezhskaya Pushcha is planed for delivering. Why does Belovezhskaya Pushcha need the European Diploma? How to do Belovezhskaya Pushcha strictly protected? The Polish part of the Bialowieza Forest is not ready for prolongation of the Diploma. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110927.html
September 26, 2011| The issue about the prolongation of a European Diploma for Belovezhskaya Pushcha will be decided in February
By Elena Sadovskaya, "Wild Nature" The issue about the prolongation of a European Diploma for Belovezhskaya Pushcha will be decided in February of 2012 in Strasbourg at a meeting of a special committee. This information was given utterance by European experts who visited the National Park last week to familiarize themselves with the new management plan for the protected natural area. Currently, the issue about the renewal of the Diploma is again on the agenda. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110926.html
September 26, 2011| The forest celebration to be in the town of Svisloch
"News of Grodno and the Region" Speed, accuracy and quality. Loggers from the Grodno region and the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" gathered in the town of Svisloch to show themselves and to identify the strongest. There were eight nominations. Belovezhskaya Pushcha is near and almost all the products of craftsmen indicate about it. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110926a.html September 23, 2011| Our Heritage
By Sergei Golesnik, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper It's about the tourism interests. There are Maiden Tower in Baku, St. Catherine's Monastery in Sinai, Pamukkale travertine, Bahai Gardens in Haifa full of green vegetation. These points of interest are very different, but there are also common. All of them are on a UNESCO World Heritage List. Does the high international status give the guarantee of the stable tourist interest? What steps do our country in this direction? Today about 900 objects are on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Belarus has only four: Belovezhskaya Pushcha, Mir Castle, the Radziwill Family Residence at Nesvizh and one of the objects of the Struve Arc. There is a huge "army" of tourists in the world "specializing" in visiting the monuments of the UNESCO's World Heritage List. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110923.html September 22, 2011| Roads and directions
By Vladimir Yakovlev, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper, No 181 Belarus is building highways, taking into account the interests of the Union. The National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" is annually visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists, including from Russia. The flow of transit traffic is also constantly growing. To reduce the pressure on the nature, it was decided to construct a bypass highway around Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Environmentalists are thoroughly delved into an engineering project. The road of the length of nearly 200 km constructed during approximately one and half years is almost completed. Now the transport, without stopping, can overcome this segment at the optimal speed with minimal emission of pollutants. Tourists are provided with access to natural attractions, which stands in no harm to Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Remote rural areas have a chance to be reborn. Investments are delivered here thanks to the motorway of the excellent quality. The same can be said about the other projects of the Belarusian road builders. All these transformations are provided by government programs and Presidential decrees. And what is about the Russian partners? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110922.html September 21, 2011| Alexander Jacobson "Readiness of the road is no doubt"
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The start of the bypass highway around Belovezhskaya Pushcha is scheduled for early November. On Monday the chairman of the State Control Committee of Belarus Alexander Yakobson visited the city of Brest. Mushroom interest. Will the "ring" around Pushcha be "gold"? Hey, an investor! Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110921.html September 14, 2011| Medium of "White Tower"
By Tatiana Shelamova, "TUT.BY" International theater festival "White Tower" came to the middle. We could see sixteen performances. Not all of them are equally made a good impression because some were far from the art. Freedom of "Woyzeck". The primacy of form. Fruits of expression. It is about how was looking for Belovezhskaya Pushcha in a city park. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110914.html September 13, 2011| About saving bison
By Maria Zabolotskaya, "Skarlet.com.ua" The world-famous Bison Central Nursery kennel located in the Oka-Terrace Reserve is 60 years old on November 21. But its history goes back long before World War II and during all these years is inseparably linked with the invention of edger and the history of bison restoration in the country. In 1939, following the accession of Belarus to the western USSR, the bison nursery in the Bialowieza Forest which was previously in Poland came under the jurisdiction of the USSR. Then an opportunity to begin the work on breeding of these endangered beauties-giants in the country appeared. In 1940, Sergei Severtsev and Michael Zablocki came to the Bialowieza Forest where identification of bison was made. Bison was saved from the threat of extinction through the work of the Bison Central Nursery to a great extent. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110913.html August 25, 2011| What is the impact of global warming upon the Belarusian nature?
By Olga Astapovich, "Belarus and Climate Change" In Belarus, average annual temperatures have risen by 1.1 degrees for the last two decades. If you speak very simply, this is manifested in the winter warming and quickening of drought during the hot season. Such a "correction" of the weather can be hazardous to our health. In addition, many weather-dependent sectors of the economy suffer from and, of course, nature itself. It is clear from experience that a distinct climate "footprint" remains on the vegetation. The groundwater level in Belovezhskaya Pushcha dropped by more than half a meter over the last twenty years. Is there a solution? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110825c.html August 25, 2011| The ring road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a reality
By Victor Karpik, "Traffic Bulletin", No 34 Photo. A significant contribution to its outlines is made by local road workers of the city of Brest. Last fall, President Alexander Lukashenko during his inspection tour on the road bypassing the territory of National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", which is now under construction, visited the road section of local importance N534-Hvalovo-Rovbitsk-Bely Lesok. The modern highway with improved surface would certainly be an invigorating breath of new life for the entire region. Local road workers with dignity cope with the breaking through the most important tasks that are in control of the Ministry and the Head of State. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110825b.html August 25, 2011| National projects of the National Park
By Olga Kobyak, "7 Dney" (7 Days) newspaper Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a unique forest preserved since time immemorial. It is located in the two countries. Belarus owns the State National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and Poland has the Bialowieza National Park (Bialowieski Park Narodowy). 600th anniversary. One of the 77 wonders of the world to recognize by the New7Wonders Foundation. Belarusian tourist Mecca. A bypass around Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Will the ring road around the National Park gold? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110825a.html August 25, 2011| Partnership Strategy: Bialowieza stage
By Tamara Tiborovskaya, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Safety is first. These words were the key to the VII meeting of the Joint Board of Belarusian Ministry of Emergency Situations and the Russian Ministry for Civil Defense, Emergencies and Disaster Relief held in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The two-day meeting brought together Vladimir Vashchenko and Sergei Shoigu, heads of departments of both countries. More than ten different issues were on the agenda of this meeting of Belarusian and Russian rescuers. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110825.html August 11, 2011| "Iron" everyday of a fragile girl
By Jadwiga KOBRINETS, "Belarusskaya Niva" (The Belarusian Field) newspaper Katya Shestakovskaya from the Svisloch District cleverly "schools" the huge machines. A woman driving a tractor today is not just the rare occurrence, it is a phenomenon. But this phenomenon very recently appeared in our area. This is a sweet, charming, fascinating and attractive girl Katya Shestakovskaya, a young mechanic from Agricultural Enterprise "Tihovolya" of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110811.html August 09, 2011| Pavel Severinets "Kuplina will be no less interesting than the small Sitno"
By Olga Miscavige, "European Radio" (ERB) The leader of the Belarusian Christian Democracy is put into an open prison to the Pruzhany district, just to Belovezhskaya Pushcha close located. Before departure Pavel spoke to ERB. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110809a.html August 09, 2011| Czech environmentalists in the battle for "Sumava"
By Alexander Wagner, "Radio Liberty" Protest by the Czech environmentalists against the deforestation which began in connection with the bark beetles' invasion is continuing for the second week in the National Park "Sumava". This provoked a discussion on the status of natural parks and pest management, which involves politicians, experts and ordinary citizens. In communist Czechoslovakia the territory of the present Nature Reserve "Sumava" was a strictly protected area where no man has gone threre. There are only three forests in Europe like this: Pechora-Ilych Wilderness Reserve in Russia, Komi Republic, Belovezhskaya Pushcha on the border between Poland and Belarus and Wilderness Reserve "Sumava" on the border of Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110809.html August 03, 2011| In the midst of Pushcha
By Anna Makarova, magazine "Travel & Leisure" "The wildlife preservation motive, with a buffer distance, the light of the crystal dawn light over the world standing up ..." Thanks to the song by the pop group "Pesnyary", the prehistoric relic forest called Belovezhskaya Pushcha is strongly associated with Belarus. However, this association is not right in full. Although most of the Pushcha's area (120,000 hectares) is actually located on the territory of Belarus, there are more than 60,000 hectares located on the lands of Poland. To explore the Polish part of the unique forest, one must go to the outskirts of the Podlaskie Voivodeship, in town called Bialowieza. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110803.html July 27, 2011| From Augustow to Bialowieza
By Alexander Kulbaka, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Transboundary water-cycling tour "Augustow Canal - Bialowieza Forest" under the aegis of "Vecherniy Brest" successfully finished last Friday in the village of Kamenyuki. The international Belarusian-Polish-German team overcame 50 km on kayak and 230 km on bicycles. About the Pushcha's stage of the tour is in the final reportage by our correspondent. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110727.html July 24, 2011| Operation "Reclamation"
Website "Nationwide Television (ONT)" Melioratio in Latin means an improvement. Its objectives are varied - from increased productivity and addition of new land to improvement of the quality of the people's life. Massive reclamation began in 1966. Then, experts from all over the Soviet Union gathered in Polesie area. Intensive campaign to drain lands lasted two and a half decades. Alas, it couldn't do without problems. If running out of control, woodcutters will then have to clear a space for the earth-moving equipment. We have filmed such a contrast in the vicinity of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Now soil-reclamation canals along a constructing bypass around the National Park are put in order there as a part of the state program, as well as lands are restored for enterprises which they earlier used. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110724.html July 23, 2011| To meet a bison in Belovezhskaya Pushcha
Website "Gamebag" I've eaten much and drunk in old Yankel in the "Green Tavern" and was going to go further. The owner of the tavern was busy in the yard. He harnessed my gray horse Snow Maiden to the little peasant sleighs. "The Green Tavern" was at one of the country roads intersecting the famous Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Being remote from residential areas, this tavern has lonely taken shelter in the shadow of oaks and hospitality opened its low smoky door to any craving wanderer who is seeking to escape the bad weather, storms, rain, dark or inhospitable night. Well, sir can go, said Yankel, having appeared in the doorway. The mare is full, had a rest and will well run. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110723a.html July 23, 2011| Water-cycling expedition "Augustow Canal - Bialowieza Forest"
Website "Fishtour.by" The newspaper "The Evening Brest" publishes reports about the details of the transboundary water-cycling expedition "Augustow Canal - Bialowieza Forest", which is held under the patronage of the newspaper. A team consisting of Belarusians, Germans and Poles has already completed the kayaking section of the route, has moved to bikes and set off to travel across the borderland of Grodno. Service at the gateway is our way. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110723.html July 22, 2011| The death of bees in Belarus
By Valentina Kozlovich, website "The Time Factor" The yard of Sergei Mikulik, a pensioner from the village of Chepel of the Pruzhany district has a blooming pharmacy. This summer Sergei Mikulik lost up to 30 percent of the bees. Complaints of beekeepers are heard everywhere around the Pruzhany town. I am on the edge of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It's a holy cause to engage in the forest land with honey. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110722a.html July 22, 2011| Village of Shereshovo (Belovezhskaya Pushcha): After the Kalinouski's uprising arrested rebels were hanged here
Website "Capital TV (STV)" The village of Shereshovo is located in Pruzhany district, Brest region, near Belovezhskaya Pushcha at the Left Forest River. In 1380, the Grand Duke Vytautas conducted an audit of the forest and animals' transitions. In the same year, Prince gave this village nobleman Nicholas Nasute, so then Shereshovo got into the record. History of the village. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110722.html July 19, 2011| It does not go, go go
By Victoria Tereshonok, "Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper Is it possible to cross the border on foot? Earlier this month, I spontaneously gathered with friends at a festival in Ukraine. The decision was taken at the last moment, as it was not even mentioned about trains and buses. There was only one way to get to in time - hitchhike. The territory of Belarus had no problems with the movement at all. But then is the first difficulty. A pedestrian border crossing in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. There was much less problems on the way home and much more confidence that to cross the border on foot is legal and safe. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110719.html July 18, 2011| Alexandra and Sergey: wedding in Belovezhskaya Pushcha
Website "Wedding-magazine.ru" When the bride and fiance are sure that real romantics can only do a better world, the marriage necessarily turns beautiful. The newlyweds have decided to arrange a wedding at the very spot where once promised each other to become husband and wife - the age-old forest of Belovezhskaya Pushcha has become the perfect setting for a romantic celebration. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110718.html July 17, 2011| Will the track become "Golden Ring of Belarus"?
By George Parafenyuk, "Naviny Kamyanechchyny" (The Kamenetz’s News) newspaper The article is on how to complete the construction of the bypass road around the perimeter of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" goes to the end. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110717.html July 15, 2011| Royal Hunt
Website "Tourism in Belarus" Hunt was a favorite pastime of kings, emperors and rulers. Its rules, traditions, fashion and paraphernalia - all created a separate, special world for each monarch. Izmailovo, Kolomna, Tsarskoe Selo, Gatchina, Oranienbaum, Lisinski Official Dacha and Belovezhskaya Pushcha were favorite hunting residences of Russian tsars. A protected area. Belovezhskaya Pushcha today is the most beautiful place in Belarus. Who is he, the prospective hunter. Diplomatic shooting. A Kings Highway. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110715.html July 14, 2011| Belovezhskoe semiring
By Saul Joffe, website "Traffic Bulletin" Construction of a bypass road around the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" will be completed in November. During a meeting with veterans of the road sector, general manager of Enterprise "BrestAvtoDor" Michail Nepochelovich, one of the main customers, proudly spoke about the progress of this important and prestigious object. The world has not so much such areas of primordial nature dominated by trees of 150 or 200 years, and one of the roadside pines is 350 years old. Road builders with their heroic work and creative enthusiasm open the door to thousand-year history of the ancient area of the Belarusian land. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110714.html July 12, 2011| Sick bison
By Vitaly Portnikov, website "Daily-UA" There was once a deputy group with the great name "Bison - for Ukraine, Belarus, Russia" in the Ukrainian Parliament, the almost forgotten now. I think it doesn't need especially to expatiate upon what goals the members of this group set for themselves - all objectives are loud and little-developed. This is, perhaps, why their efforts and sounding acronym were forgotten, but it's wrongfully and time is now to talk about bison. That's Russian bison, the most powerful, with its restrictions on opposition campaigns and on registration of opposition parties. And that's Belarusian bison - the furious and ready, like in happy Soviet times, send everyone who does not share the thoughts and aspirations of the main Belarusian and accountable to him working people out of the flourishing country to the realm of rotten capitalism. This is the, pardon the expression, Belovezhskaya Pushcha - the forest as if from some phantasmagoric thriller in which the peaceful little animals let you chop in the finals. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110712.html
July 07, 2011| People on the swamp
By Aelita SYULZHINA & Ivan Kirilenko , "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper On June 17, the area of Belarusian nature protection sanctuaries – natural areas of special protection by the state - has been decreased by nearly 3.5 thousand hectares. What is the reason? It's the production need. Dwindling stocks of exploited deposits of peat have to be replenished that peat briquette factories could continuously operate. The most promising deposits of our natural organic wealth are entirely in the sanctuaries and nature reserves. Now, however, they are already not entirely. Interviews with experts. Viktor Parfenov says "Well, you said that there are peat lands in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. They are adjacent to the forest. We just created a buffer zone there and we will be held up to ridicule! There were so many radical plans towards Belovezhskaya Pushcha. There were so many attempts to cut down it in the Soviet-era! But we've saved it. What was now going on there? It's called a virgin forest but stumps are all around. Moreover, we still want to develop peat!" Kovalev says "We do not propose to invade protected zones and totally to cut down Belovezhskaya Pushcha. We got the goal and we perform it. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110707.html
July 06, 2011| Open championship on remote horse runs was in the Brest district
By Katerina Radyuk, website "TUT.BY" Remote horse runs have already been held in the Minsk region. The stages of national championships are held in the city of Gomel. The championship is held for the first time in the Brest region. Sports School students of the overall physical training of the primary trade union organization of the Agricultural Enterprise "Ostromechevo" and guests from Belovezhskaya Pushcha, which traveled on horseback, competed, as well as private owners. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110706a.html July 06, 2011| Wild "hunting"
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper A much-talked-of incident of the armed attack against an employee of the nature protection sanctuary "Vygonoshchanskoye" may come to an end this year. Last week, the Department of Preliminary Investigation of Internal Affairs at the Brest Regional Executive Committee, which focused on clarifying all the circumstances of this incident, handed over the materials to the prosecutor. A truce has finally been established in the sanctuary "Vygonoshchanskoye". After a loud emergency in the Forest and Game Ground "Vygonovskoe", the leader of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and almost all top managers have been changed. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110706.html June 30, 2011| The highway "Bypass around the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha"
By Galina Romanchuk, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper The object of national importance "The highway "Bypass around the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha"" should enter into operation in November this year. We decided to drive on the highway to get a clear idea of all transformations that have occurred over the year during the building of the bypass. However, it is to drive only in the segment which is located in the Svisloch district - 42 kilometers of the total length of the highway of about 190 kilometers. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110630.html
June 29, 2011| Will the new leader of the Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park be able to return the European Diploma?
By Catherine Sinyuk , website "TUT.BY" Why Belovezhskaya Pushcha was left without the Diploma? Will the new head be ready to prepare Belovezhskaya Pushcha for time of the arrival of the commission? The economic activity of the National Park will be moved to the periphery. The Presidential Department of Affairs promises to put things in order in the management of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Interview with the deputy director for science of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Vasily Arnolbik and the independent expert on ecology and wild nature protection Heorhi Kazulka is in the article. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110629.html
June 27, 2011| Conservation in Polish foresters
"Ukrainian Forester" Ukrainian foresters are accustomed to seeing environmentalists like their enemies and meet them in court. But there is another strategy for interaction, which have already begun to develop in some forest enterprises. In Poland, a joint and harmonious work with biologists and ecologists has long and firmly established in the daily lives of foresters. As an example, I cite a few of June news on this topic. How bison, the Pushcha's king, is protected in Poland? Foresters' call - Do not touch the animals' babies. Winners of the competition "Ecology of the Lens" are awarded. The second phase of the restoration of peregrine falcons is in Kujawski forests. Foresters are improved in birds' conservation. How right to monitor the number of animals - objects of hunting. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110627.html June 24, 2011| Sunday morning in the fiery glow
By Svetlana MURINA, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper Residents of the Hajnowka town became clear at the Sunday morning that this is a real war, not an exercise. The German planes were flying so low over the rooftops that could be seen faces of pilots. The first bombs fell on the location of the Soviet military unit. Guerrilla youth. Lyuba Kornev was among them as she could give first aid. Major Vasiliy Kontsidaylo and Lieutenant Trifon Lyamtsevm, being encircled, organized a group of partisans and went deep into Belovezhskaya Pushcha. They gave sometimes from there errands to Lyuba, a Komsomol member. Now, in the postwar city of Grodno, she is 89 and is cheerful, energetic and talkative. She well remembers the events of many years ago. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110624b.html June 24, 2011| The Krasnoselskoe Forest and Game Ground - increasing exports and earning foreign currency
By Michael Vergeichik, "Minsk District News" People say right - a great ship needs deep waters. Still, news of the appointment of Alexander Bury, director of "Krasnoselskoe", to the post of general director of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" was unexpected, first of all to himself. It is because he did so much to lead the company in advanced. And what great plans were studied for the future! But, of course, such personnel actions are not discussed but are subject to immediate execution. And since April, chief engineer Andrei Zapasnik is entrusted with a duty of acting director of the "Krasnoselskoe". Since then, our conversation with chief forester of "Krasnoselskoe" Sergei Evmenov began. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110624a.html June 24, 2011| Paradise beckoning to Bialowieza land
By Alexander KURETS, "Belarusskaya Niva" (The Belarusian Field) newspaper Nikolai Burnos, native of the unpromising village of Kletnoe of the Pruzhany district, transformed it into a unique oasis of beauty. Guests are very welcomed here. All who come here are surprised by how the small village of Kletnoe located right at the edge of Belovezhskaya Pushcha has become cozy and unique beauty. It was considered unpromising for many years as old people lived alone there. But there have been radical changes in the village in recent years. Near the old houses put to rights, the most modern agro-tourist complex "BelovezhTour" raised here, that no similar on the level of service in the country. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110624.html June 23, 2011| Crim Lydia Silvestrovna "We have no one suggested that windows should be open when bombing"
"Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper In the second half of May and June of 1941, German aircraft were flying over the Brest city and we distinguished them by the sound. People were stir up and there were different rumours. I lived in Kievka city district, studied in the third railway school of Brest and graduated from fifth grade to the Honourable. In mid June the best students of railway schools were taken to trip to Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Wild boars, various herbs and a nice museum were showed. We saw rooms where the king's children came to rest and a bath where the queen was bathing. We came back two days before the start of the war, while the students of the school from the street Boundary at Graevka begged their director to stay for a couple of days, and the war found them in the forest. They barely got out. I remember the dawn of June 22, when it became loud bombing and flashing. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110623.html
June 22, 2011| Bogs to give as a sacrifice (continuation)
By Elena Sadowskaya, website "Wildlife" It has happened what the entire ecological community in Belarus was afraid of and strike against. The government made a fateful document for Belarusian bogs - the Council of Minister's Enactment No 794 "On some issues of peat extraction and optimization of the system of protected natural areas" of 17 June 2011. Peat deposits in many protected bogs are given to the slaughter. What else is at risk? Promising raw bases in terms of Ivan Lishtvan are Postrezhskoe swamp in the territory of the Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve; Zlyatino in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", and peat deposits Kandel Yalovets-Olkhovo in the National Park "Pripyatsky". Reverence for life. It is time to remove the rose-colored glasses. A worthy alternative. Golden berry. Again into the arms of the fire? Digging is a deeper hole, not turf. A dissenting opinion. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110622a.html
June 22, 2011| Belovezhskaya Pushcha to be girdling with a bypass
By Vladimir Khil'kevich, Helen Dovzhenok and Eugene Pesetsky, "Zvyazda" (The Star) newspaper We are talking about principles of management in the new conditions with Peter Skorobogatko, General Director of PSC "BrestOblDorStroy" Report goes from different sections of the road constructed. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110622.html June 17, 2011| Will the new highway make Belovezhskaya Pushcha more attractive to tourists?
By Irina Orlova, "Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper A bypass road is being built today around Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It will pass directly on the perimeter of the National Park. When the line is planned to put into operation? Would it be possible to see a herd of grazing bison from the car window? Will easily get into the oldest forest in Europe? From concept to action is a small step. Taking care of animals. Ro pearl of Belovezhskaya Pushcha with the breeze. Caring about the future. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110617.html June 12, 2011| Rural Glamour is "BelovezhTour"!
By Sergei Moschik, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The native land of the Russian businessman will benefit from proximity to the forest of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. When you get into the village of Kletnoe of the Pruzhany district for the first time, you will involuntarily think about it - is this a fairy tale or a true story? Like in an ordinary village, cocks crow here but you see that no every agro-town has a sauna with pool, spa, bowling club, fitness center and houses with rooms of European standard. Nikolai Burnos, born in this village but living in St. Petersburg and being a businessman and Chairman of the Board of Directors of "PolimerStroy", invested $ 20 million in the revival of his small homeland. Construction of a bypass road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha brought a powerful impetus for the major venture business. According to the contract with the National Academy of Sciences, a 15-kilometer long nature path is developed here for lovers of hiking vacation. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110612a.html June 12, 2011| A Museum of Nature in Belovezhskaya Pushcha and an excursion
Website "Virtual Brest" We did not update the collection of trips to interesting places of Brest for a long time and today we invite to visit a wonderful and interesting place - Museum of Nature of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It was completely renovated a few years ago and offers visitors amazing compositions from the Pushcha's life. Service in Pushcha has changed little over the year (or two). But as to the Museum, everything is OK, at the highest level. Judge for yourself, it is a special photo-reportage from Belovezhskaya Pushcha for your. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110612.html June 09, 2011| Eco-farm "Belowiezie" opened in Svisloch district
By Galina Romanchuk, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper The presentation of the guest house of the eco-farm "Belowiezie" took place in the village of Rudnya of the Dobrovolsky village council, Svisloch district, that's in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha's area. Vladimir Zhukov settled an abandoned house for his own means within one and a half years. As a result, a kind of mini-hotel with 9 beds appeared on an edge of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. As a rule, groups of tourists are of few people, up to 10-15. Routes are very interesting here – Belovezhskaya Pushcha keeps a lot of wonders and mysteries. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110609.html June 07, 2011| Shereshevo: Crisis pushes to its roots
By Andrew Khvoevy, website "Here and Now" The township of Shereshevo is located near Belovezhskaya Pushcha, at the River of Lesnaya Levaya, about 20 kilometers from the town of Pruzhany. How did locals fought for 40 years for the return of their holy sites and what do they think about the today's authorities? This was a correspondent of the "Here and Now" in the report from the west of Belarus. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110607.html June 06, 2011| 40 000 km
By Adam TOBOLICH, "Zarya" (The Dawn) newspaper Reclamation canals of the Brest region can circle the globe. None of the regions of our country has so much land reclamation as the Brest one. They occupy 48 percent - 600 thousand hectares in the total agricultural surface. Disputes about land reclamation - it is good or bad - are maintained even today, although half a century has passed since the beginning of mass drainage of wetlands. It is not important of who is a winner in these discussions because the fact is that farmers of our region ensure food security of the country for decades, thanks to new lands. In connection with construction of a bypass road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha, ameliorators will also perform a number of measures on reconstruction and repair of drainage systems, and on maintenance of their hydrological regime on lands of the Buffer Zone of the National Park. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110606.html June 01, 2011| Don't we need Turkish coast?
By Alexander Benkov, "Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper Belarusians refuse tours abroad but not going to rest at home either. In order to seriously compete with closest neighbors, the Belarusians have to develop almost exclusive offers. Import and export. A shot of the two shafts. Where to get money? It is to keep guests informed. A prospective tourist who wishes to rest in the temperate European climate should be argued that the Belarusian part of, for example, Belovezhskaya Pushcha is as good as Polish, and motels in Braslav or Naroch Lakes are not much different in quality and range of services from those on the banks of Baltic Sea. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110601.html May 20, 2011| A promising route. On the outbound tourism
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper The holiday season is starting. The Brest region like all other regions is in anticipation of tourists. Is it possible to qualitatively rest in sanatoria and rest houses of the area? What should be making to attract more foreign tourists? I am pondering over numbers. A ring road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha is briskly built. Infrastructure is developed. But there are nuances. Advertising makes the second problem. Finally, it was said honestly about Belovezhskaya Pushcha at a meeting of the Executive Committee - there are questions about the quality of food in Pushcha restaurant, about hotels, and a swimming pool is not used. Tourists were aware of it but officials looked right through. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110520.html May 18, 2011| Are we not afraid of red foxes?
Website "Real Brest" Attacks of rabid foxes to animals and directly to people are frequent in Brest region. In Zadvortsy a mad fox attacked a dog in April this year. In areas adjacent to the forest of Belovezhskaya Pushcha, people spontaneously suffer from the "invasion", at first glance, cute and fluffy foxes. The urgency of the problem is more and more actual because the number of wild animals in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha's forests grows while shooting of red predators is almost non-existent. Now they among all forest dwellers are most often infected with rabies. Symptoms. Spring / Summer is time of holidays and pleasant walks. Take care of yourself when going to Belovezhskaya Pushcha (Kamenets district). Be also vigilant and look after children and pets. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110518.html May 14, 2011| Belovezhskaya Highway: from Bely Lesok to Kletnoe
By Anna Hodarovich & Alexander Melesh, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper Our journey started from Bely Lesok. The first meeting with the road builders took place just outside the village. Along the way we counted over 20 vehicles and 8 pipes laid across the road. It is not casual the road builders call the Belovezhskaya bypass Belarusian BAM. Major road trusts are involved in its construction. 8 places for future cafe and tourist stopping points have already been arranged. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110514.html May 11, 2011| Beaver lodge being rich of wonders
By Galina Romanchuk , "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper A "GP" reporter was in the role of tourist-extreme for an hour as being walking to the lodge. Local places are swamped. I try to walk in the tracks behind my guide - owner of the eco-farm "Belovezhie" Vladimir Zhukov, jumping from hummock to hummock. Overcoming for about two hundred meters of marsh hedge in this way, we get the target place. This is the biggest beaver lodge in the northern region of Belovezhskaya Pushcha at the forest river of Kolonka. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110511.html May 07, 2011| A neighborly
By Victor Korbut, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper In Bialystok for the weekend? We consider the most famous national park in Europe, made by UNESCO a World Heritage Site, - Belovezhskaya Pushcha - our pride and a symbol of Belarus, although the Poles can say the same. It is because we, in fact, divide the reserve together as one. The difference is that Dutch are going from the side of Bialystok, while Russians are from the side of Brest. The Podliasie Province took a stand at the spring fair "Vacation 2011". That's the message - neighbors want to see Belarusian guests in their land. The Belarusian language is actively used in some communes, in areas adjacent to Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110507.html May 05, 2011| Easy to be a photo-hunter?
By Sergei Plytkevich, "Wildlife.by" I was often asked how it was possible to make a snapshot of a particular animal. Sometimes the question is how easy is to be a photo-hunter? Friday morning I leave for Brest, take part in the opening photo-exhibition and in the evening get in Belovezhskaya Pushcha to my friend Alexander Pekach. The morning is overcast and nasty but I am acting according to plan: half a day taking pictures in the forest. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110505.html
April 30, 2011| Bison are a target for foreigners
By Anastasia Solonovich, website "Naviny.by" Debate concerning the legitimacy and moral acceptability of hunting bison continue in Belarus. Public authorities are already tired to explain that hunting is completely legal, but environmentalists and ordinary citizens cannot yet understand how one can kill the symbol of Belarus. The scandalous hunting auction. Pricelist for the head of bison. Once again on the rule of law. Is death offered instead of treating bison? There is a strange tendency of belonging of healthy males with horns in good conditions to the reserve gene pool group, it means of animals with the trophy value. In less than an annual period in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, all of five bison classified as the reserve gene pool were adult males with horns without deviation. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110430a.html
April 30, 2011| Zone-nurse: life after exclusion
By Veronica Trizno, website "Interfax-West" Having been in the Polesie State Radiation Ecological Reserve, journalists of the web-portal www.interfax.by convinced that life on this land did not stop - the nature prevails and the local population not afraid of the zone. On the contrary, people willing to work in the Reserve are literally written into the queue. A road into the zone. People who stay in the zone. The wild beauty. Fire safety. Nature, not people, regulates the animals' numbers there. 310 wolves – orderly in the forests - seem to cope with the task entrusted to them. Anyway, residents of nearby villages are complaining much less frequently of the dominance of wild boars than villagers living near the forest of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110430.html April 27, 2011| Chronicle: the 17th Red Brest Border Detachment
By Leonid Cpatkay, website "Podvig.gpk.gov.by" Chronicle: the 17th Red Brest Border Detachment is during the Great Patriotic War in 1941. Belovezhskaya Pushcha is mentioned as one of the locations. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110427.html April 26, 2011| Secrets of Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Alla Skripova, website "86.ru" All of whom fate throws in one of the most renowned nature reserves in Europe - Belovezhskaya Pushcha – are struggling at heart with two fiery passions - look at the government residence Viskuly and catch this bison, in the photo-lens, of course. The first question is answered quite simply - the government residence where the final verdict for the USSR was signed is open for visits, but to the owner of the protected forest is a special success for any tourist. Famous bison is a main pride and one of the symbols of Belarus. Pushcha has long been a cult place of the king's amusements. In 1991, the Soviet Union became the main prey of high-hunters. Belarusians settled Santa Claus in the famous nature reserve a few years ago. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110426.html April 24, 2011| About frogs rescued in the Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve
By Elena Spasiuk, website "Naviny.by" About 40% of all amphibian populations are killed on Belarusian roads during spring migration. This figure reaches 90% in some areas. The problem was given much attention at the state level about a decade ago. Since then, some roads that cross the most massive migration patterns of amphibians are equipped with special underground passages. The Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve through which the busy highway Minsk – Vitebsk passes is a pioneer of this. Late last week, the reserve held a special event which participants made own contribution to the conservation of biodiversity on our planet. An underground passage for amphibians has also been built on the section of the road P-83 in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" near the village of Kamenyuki. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110424.html
April 22, 2011| Swabian visit
By Alexander Kullback, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Students from German Ravensburg again visited Brest. Arrival of students of Waldorf schools in our city has already become a tradition. Teachers of the Secondary School No 20 with the parents arranged the luxury tourist program to the guests - to show Brest, Kobrin, the ostrich farm in Kozische and Belovezhskaya Pushcha. But the most importantly was to show the inside life of Belarusians. Belarusian hospitality once again captured the hearts of visitors. But two-fold experience was in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Yes, guests were simply delighted with the wildlife and its pristine environment. But a walk along the zoo enclosures was with tears in their eyes. Young Germans were ready in a minute to write a letter to the Reserve management that immediately to make all the animals free. They have never seen such bad conditions. Only one thing could soothe German guests that a new director recently came in "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110422.html
April 20, 2011| Mites attack ... Do not neglect the protection rules
By Larissa Yarets, "Brestsliy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper Starting from early spring to late fall, ticks - disease carriers - can be dangerous for residents of villages and towns. Infection occurs usually in the woods by the bite of infected ticks, as well as during the work on the suburban areas and hiking in the park and recreation areas. In recent years, the number of ticks in the environment is quite big, therefore, take into service the following recommendations when going into the woods. Belovezhskaya Pushcha and Ruzhanskaya Pushcha, the territory of the Malorita district which borders with Ukraine and Bronnaya Gora of the Berezovsky district are areas of tick-borne infections. Recommendations of what to do if you found a stuck tick at the body are in the article. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110420.html
April 08, 2011| The village to be absent
By Elena TRIBULEVA, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper No one house in the village of Lyatskie is in the register in compliance with the law. Nikolai Cherkas's family, the dismissed scientist-ornithologist and co-author of a popular book "The Royal Hunt in Belovezhskaya Pushcha", met the past New Year's Eve on suitcases. On December 30, 2010, the Kamenetz district court satisfied the suit of the district prosecutor for the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" to evict Cherkas from the departmental accommodation in the village of Lyatskie without providing the alternative accommodation. Cherkas tried to give effect to the case of the forgery of his signature under an accommodation contract. The issue of the apartment was soon resolved. So, Cherkas's family still stay in the Pushcha's village, where, by the way, some houses are still not populated and empty. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110408.html
April 01, 2011| Air to sell in cans in Minsk
By Snezhana Inanets, website "21.by" While quite strange things going on with the cost of kilogram of buckwheat, a liter of fuel, currency and subway tickets occur in the country, the most stable commodity may well be the air. Pavel Torchik tells us that he once looked reportage about the souvenir "Air of St. Petersburg" and ponder over to try this business here? It is to sell "Air Minsk," for example. And he got down to work. This business, I must say, is difficult. Meanwhile, plans of the guy are also to sell "Air of Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and some other types of air. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110401b.html April 01, 2011| "A Best Souvenir" - successes and tarnished reputations
By Ludmila Buneeva, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper There was no money in the Republican contest prize found to promote the winners. It happened to be in Belovezhskaya Pushcha not so long ago. Merchants laid out souvenirs at the entrance gate of the National Park. No matter how they heaped praise on their goods, I did not want to buy them for some reason. There were no really high-quality souvenirs there, but more unpretentious lurid crafts. My fellow passengers immediately started debate - why are works of our famous wood carvers, potters, straw and other craftsmen not represented here, although they are numerous in Brest? Who, if not they, should create the face of the national souvenir, in our case, of the "Pushcha's" one? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110401a.html April 01, 2011| "The 40 herbs to be infused"
By Ales Zhuravinka, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Not so long ago, a big inter-ministerial meeting initiated by prosecutors and dedicated to the subject of illegal moonshine in the protected area of Belovezhskaya Pushcha was held. The phenomenon was seen as a threat to economic and moral foundations of society. But a man, who sent these notes to the editor, says that it is impossible to win moonshine. Moreover, that business is very profitable and the demand for the local product is huge. As to the locals, this is the first medicine for all stress and disease. Our author can judge about the problem from the inside - he worked in the National Park for many years. He preferred to talk to "The Evening Brest" about some facts from the history of moonshine in Belovezhskaya Pushcha but being under a pseudonym. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110401.html April 01, 2011| Imperial hunting is restored in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. How many emperors can pick up President Lukashenko?
"Reline.ru" As we learned from a press release of the State News Agency "BellPress" today distributed, 1,200 hectares of the relict forest in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" will be handed over "for creation of conditions for reconstruction of historical imperial hunting and continued recreational use in terms of historical hunting in Belarus. To call the decision bizarre means to say nothing. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110401c.html
March 31, 2011| Right of wildlife to live and develop according to own laws
By Heorhi Kazulka, "Friends of Animals" I regularly read in the press about the Belarusian national parks and note the dual policy on animals living on their territory. On the one hand, it is protect ion, on the other, it is destruction by hunting. What does the biological science says about this? A biologist answers. To say more correct, it is not fully thought-out policy regarding animals on especially protected natural areas (EPNA), than the dual one. Hunting management and hunts are conducted not only within hunting grounds but also within territory of EPNA, for example, in the protected zones of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". The issue concerning protection and maintenance of bison is somewhat more complicated. What should we do? We should stop vicious practice of over-exploitation of protected areas under the guise of false propaganda, to develop a true concept of protected areas based on the laws of environmental science and principles of nature conservation, and implement and comply with it. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110331a.html
March 31, 2011| Income from bison
By Alexander Kurets, "Belarusskaya Niva" (The Belarusian Field) newspaper Yellow carpet of flowers will again cover today the edge of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The fact is that rape is a profitable plant which was seen in the public corporation "Vidomlyanskoe" of the Kamenetz district for a long time. It is cultivated on a big surface, and preference is given to winter varieties of the domestic selection. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110331.html March 25, 2011| As the Nazis wanted to take our bison
By Daria Amelkovich, "Argumenty i Facty" (The Arguments and Facts) newspaper Today bison are put up for auction for hunting. But during World War Second a partisan unit was sent to save them. Few people know that bison of Belovezhskaya Pushcha could to be brought from Belarus during the war. The territory of the modern Park, as being under the occupation of the German army, came under personal control "Nazi No 2" Hermann Herring. He, being an avid hunter, "laid eyes" on the ground of Belovezhskaya Pushcha since 1930's, hoping to create a demonstration hunting area there. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110325.html
March 15, 2011| Do are only old and diseased bison shot in Belarus?
By Ekaterina Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" 40 to 45 bison are annually shot in Belarus. And every year the citizens address to the Ministry of Nature Protection the question whether it is legitimate. Alexander Giryaev, head of the Department of Biological Diversity of the Management of Biological and Landscape Diversity at the Ministry of Nature Protection, told about it to TUT.BY. Who invented to divide bison into the "core" and "backup" gene pools? Right to hunt - the pros and cons. Is today to shoot bison a necessity? Are the best animals killed in Belovezhskaya Pushcha? In the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" arguments of the former employee Kazulka are denied, considering that his words are "the result of getting of financing from the West. If do not shoot bison, what to do with the "surplus"? Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110315a.html
March 15, 2011| Mezereon
By Tatiana Potapchuk, "Naviny Kamyanechchyny" (The Kamenetz’s News) Newspaper The article describes the early spring shrubs Mezereon, its biology, ecology and conservation measures. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Belarusian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110315.html
March 11, 2011| Stop destruction of Belovezhskaya Pushcha and make it strictly protected! Open letter to President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko
By Heorhi Kazulka, "Belovezhskaya Pushcha – XXI Century" The current negative ecological state of Belovezhskaya Pushcha and its rapid destruction as a unique natural complex is described and urgently to make its historic territory strictly protected with a special conservation status by UNESCO as World Natural Heritage Site is proposed. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110311.html
March 10, 2011| Where do bison of Belovezhskaya Pushcha AIDS?
By Ekaterina Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" Belarusian scientists still can not find what is the agent of the so-called "Bison AIDS" or, if to express in the scientific language, necrotic balanoposthitis. Alexander Giryaev, head of the Department of Biological Diversity of the Management of Biological and Landscape Diversity at the Ministry of Nature Protection, told about it to TUT.BY. The specialist also said that only bison from Belovezhskaya Pushcha suffer from balanoposthitis in Belarus. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110310.html
March 03, 2011| Do not be nervous, let's examine with no worry
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper It is about an inter-agency meeting at the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Moonshine which is produced under license from the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" was tasted even in the Russian State Duma. However, strong drinks "Korchovka", "Borovka" and "Yasenevka" spilled at illegal mini-plants under Pushcha's age-old pines are also popular. But all is good within reasonable limits. How to spare Pushcha of fame of the brewed land and numerous moonshine plants – it was the first open talk at the recent interagency meeting in the National Park. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110303.html
February 25, 2011| Artist of the war
By Natalia Vasyuk, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Fedya was 9 when in 1941 the Germans appeared near his native village Yuzefin of the Pruzhany district. The boy of 15 years old took up his brush for the first time. Now the artist is difficult to explain why he wanted so irresistibly to painting in those hungry war times. Watercolors changed pencil sketches and landscape pictures first appeared on the paper. It is not surprising because the splendor of Belovezhskaya Pushcha was around. But one have to learn painting, like other things in life, while good teachers were in deficit in the Pushcha's countryside. During his life, Fedor Parfenovich made about 50 paintings. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110225.html
February 23, 2011| Home-brewed vodka from the reserve
By Elena TRIBULEVA, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Production of illegal moonshine in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha has become an industrial scale. Last Friday experts talked about ... moonshine in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. According to the prosecutor's office of the Brest region, there was an interagency meeting on combating illicit distilling in the National Park. One more problem is from the special nature protection regime of Pushcha. One gets an interesting situation. More efficient method of dealing with themselves moonshiner was proposed during the meeting. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110223.html
February 22, 2011| In one shot in the Vygonovskoe Wildlife Sanctuary?
By Natalia Sharai, "Komsomolskaya Pravda" (The Komsomol Truth in Belarus) newspaper The reporter of Komsomolskaya Pravda went to investigate the strange occurrence - a gamekeeper injured a specialist of the Wildlife Sanctuary - but witnessed the confrontation between the local population and the administration of the hunting game ground. All parties coexisted peacefully until the summer of 2010. The piece was over when the Forest and Fame Ground "Vygonoshchanskoye" got a new owner - the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110222.html
February 17, 2011| Especially protected natural areas are no thoroughfare
By Igor Pastukhov, website "Wildlife.by" Yesterday, on February 17, Deputy Manager of the Department of Affairs of President of the Republic of Belarus Yury Nazarov gave the "Topical Interview" to the First Channel (BTV). He is particularly close to natural protected areas because he is in charge of managing them. The conversation touched on especially protected natural areas as the subject of protection and management. It can be concurred with some remarks by Yury Viktorovich but the other way! He cites the example of "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and takes a proud, like we all do, in yet preserved 300-year old pines and spruces. He particularly proudly mentions a new ring road around Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The public is well aware of the "business" activities inside the Forest of its leadership, director Nicholai Bambiza, Galina Zhuravkova and their companions. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110217.html
February 15, 2011| How to save Belovezhskaya Pushcha?
By Alexander Vinchevsky, website "Your Country's Tomorrow" Until recently the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" had the most prestigious international titles in Belarus. But now the National Park faces falling into a black list of "World Heritage in Danger." While a new director is in search for this conservation area, the newspaper "Your Country's Tomorrow" is learning whether it is possible, after the decade of management by recently sacked Nicholai Bambiza, to renew the validity of a European Diploma for the National Park and, at the same time, to receive income. Pushcha had the bad luck to get the good director. The number of threats is growing steadily. Five advices to save Pushcha.
February 10, 2011| About our countrymen in the State Duma of the Russian Empire
By George Musevich, "Brestskiy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper An article "People did not elect Tsar but voted for freedom" has been previously published. It narrated about the State Duma deputies from the former Grodno and Minsk provinces. The reporter found two deputies - Semen Kondrashuk and Vlas Gavrylyuk - from the Brest district. What I know about them? The photo shows Nicholas II meeting with the State Duma deputies of the Grodno region in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Semen Kondrashuk (with a mustache and a dark jacket), possibly, is one of them. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110210.html February 09, 2011| Top-5 of the most powerful hurricanes in Belarus
By Anton Taras, website "Naviny.by" August 2010. Many remember pictures of large hail which diameter was about 3 cm according to witnesses. July 2004. The hurricane left about 500 settlements in the Brest region without electricity and destroyed more than 200 kilometers of power lines. Belovezhskaya Pushcha also suffered from disasters. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110209.html
February 07, 2011| On the bison of Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Alexsei Bunevich, Website "WILDLIFE.BY" The first specialized Internet auction for hunters launched at website www.hunterclub.by by the State Establishment "Tsentr-Kurort", one of the leading tour operators in Belarus, has caused mixed reactions both among experts of environmental organizations and ordinary Internet users. A bison from the reserved fund of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" has been put up for the online trading. The discussion today has been continued. We publish a comment from the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". The number of bison in 2010 (as of January 1) in Belovezhskaya Pushcha and adjacent areas was 392 animals and increased by 28 goals as compared with the previous 2009. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110207.html
February 05, 2011| The life of bison is put up for Belarusian auction
Website "Revolutionary Action" On February 1, a unique lot - a male of bison - appeared on one of the Belarusian hunting auctions. Bidding stopped at that day - a mysterious buyer who identified himself Yazep Caras suggested the price blitz of 50 thousand Euros, 10,000 more of the home one! However, the State Establishment "TsentrKurort" which organized the auction got an early disappointment - the phone number left by the buyer turned out to be invalid. On February 2, the auction had been restored but the internet bullies did not appease. The fact of holding such auction has already attracted public attention - environmentalists are outraged, others are in shock. Environmentalists believe the hunt is impermissible. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110205.html
February 04-10, 2011| Peculiarities of national hunt for bison
By Stanislav Korshunov, "Brestskaya Gazeta" (The Brest Newspaper) newspaper How would you react if you were offered to buy a bison? Would have thought that a joke? So, the website Hunterclub.by declared "online auction on the bison" on February 1, the animal which foreigners certainly associate with Belarus while the Belarusians do with the forest of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. To clarify some peculiarities of the national Belarusian hunt for bison, we turned to the National Park. According to the source, the decision about assigning some individuals to the reserved gene pool group is made by a special commission. Members of the Public Organization "Belarus Birds' Life" were first to protect the bison. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110204.html
February 02, 2011| Masters of all trades
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper Center of Crafts and Culture opened its door at the Pushchanskaya street in the village of Kamenyuki, Kamenetz district. But the main highlight of the new Centre of Culture goes from preservation and development of handicrafts. Irina Kushneruk - one of the most famous masters of Brest region - is appointed Director of the Center. The Center has already settled a museum of folk art, which promises to become an art gallery where guests of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" will be able to buy souvenirs. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110202.html January 29, 2011| War and Peace for Colonel Yastrebov
By Vladimir Stepanenko, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper Vladimir was born in the province of Tver. It was 25 miles away to the district center Nizhny Volochok. All four members of the Yastrebovy's family are war veterans. Front in the rear. A Marshall hunt. Places that I discovered are protected. They then were joined into Belovezhskaya Pushcha and hunting was banned there. But after marshal hunting my opal was not over. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110129.html
January 28, 2011| A brief excursion into the recent history of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Part One
By A. Raevskaya, "Belarusian Green Portal" It recently became aware of the resignation of Director General of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Nikolai Bambiza has been managing the National Park on behalf of the Presidential Department of Affairs for nearly 10 years, from May 2001 to January 2011. How was this bygone decade for Belovezhskaya Pushcha? Sawmill as a gift. General bark beetle of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. How to increase the area of the strictly protected zone. European Diploma.
January 21, 2011| When will we turn green?
By Nadezhda Suslova, "Wildlife.by" Today I wear a green sweater and my nails are painted with green varnish. Moreover, I am walking the whole week just in the green. But actually, I do love green because it is called the color of hope. The current environmental situation in Belarus is not just a request but a demand of intervention of both the "green" public and the "green" party. Russia promises to give some money for Ostrovetskii NPP, the change in leadership of the Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park on the principle of "flea", shortcomings in environmental education of the whole nation ... you can name more. Only the loud voice of the Belarusian "green" movement can not be heard for some reason. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110121.html
January 20, 2011| Peculiarities of National Hunting of Medieval Lithuania
By Waldemar Dobuzhinsky, "Overview" We often watch on television coverage - the frame shows expensive cars and a dozen of burly red-faced men being "hot" from vodka who are silly in sorrowful solemn silence before the murdered skinny boar, waiting impatiently for the ceremony of farewell to the beast to share the booty and to return home. Ugh! It's disgusting and ridiculous ... And how to hunt on our land many centuries ago? The rulers of Lithuania and Poland, and the Russian tsars destroyed bison in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. During the First World War, a herd of bison in the Bialowieza Forest has dropped dramatically. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110120.html
January 18, 2011| "What is to be Belovezhskaya Pushcha?"
By Victor Fenchuk, "WILDLIFE.BY" The answer to this question is well disclosed in decision-making part of the new Management Plan for the National Park. Honor and praise are to the authors of this text. Management of the Belovezhskaya Pushcha's forest must come primarily from the fact that it is the oldest and most valuable forest in Belarus. And, therefore, the attitude towards it must be relevant - as towards the most important forest ecosystem in the country. Unfortunately, managers did not show this attitude toward Belovezhskaya Pushcha a long time. Belovezhskaya Pushcha today is burdened by all sorts of manifestations of the national economic development. But what happened is in the past. It remains to draw lessons and critically analyze the situation in order to move forward. It is important that the general public at last could be connected to the management of the forest of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It is essential that a scientist of the environmental line could lead the National Park. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110118.html
January 14, 2011| Hunting as the mirror of Belarusian nature conservation
By A. Raevskaya, "FishTur.BY" Under the new rules, hunting in Belarus will be lasted all year round. Organizers of hunts from the Office of Presidential Affairs were granted with the exclusive right to use our wildlife. The cannonade under bird's nests. Paradox or diagnosis. Bison-reservists. Shame or pride. The face of conservation. National parks "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and "Pripyatskiy" are the first owners of Belarusian captive hunt or safari park, as it is often presented for the press. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110114.html
January 13, 2011| "Santa Claus, send i-phone"
"Respublika" (The Republic) newspaper, No 6 About thousand letters a day are sent to the estate of Belarusian Father Frost on the New Year's Eve, who settled in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Kids write about many things! Modern schoolchildren, as it turned out, not often dream of home animals, little brother or sister. Requests today are more pragmatic – i-phone, computer with printer, USB flash drive. But cartoon and movie characters excite children's minds much more. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110113.html January 12, 2011| Belarusians thwarted plans for Lukashenka and the opposition, for the West and Moscow
By Vladislav Gulevich, Fyodor Pilyak, "NewsBY.org" There are hundreds and thousands of comments in the media about what is happening in Belarus. But it is the problem to tell the truth, while in Belarus itself, the truth which would not be covered by a touch of partisanship of the presidential officialdom or the hysterical and not hysterical opposition. Yet such voices are heard, one of them belongs to Alexander Andriyanov (his name has been changed) – a Belarusian specialist in the field of history, sociology and information technology. Belarus again chose Lukashenko. Minsk's streets and squares were full of boiled up people. What is your comment? Political strategists around the world were unable to calculate the behavior of the Belarusians. I see the reason of this as no one took into account the Belarusian people's nature. Belarusians are not just people in the heart of Europe. They like their Belovezhskaya Pushcha are the relic people. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110112a.html
January 12, 2011| Pushcha's breakdown, or why Nikolai Cherkas is evicted
By Yuri Shapran, "Brestskiy Kurier"(The Brest Courier) newspaper 47-year-old Nikolai Cherkas, Ph.D. and a former researcher at the State Nature Protection Establishment (NPE) "The National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" met the New Year's Day with two news. One was good, while the other was bad. A book "Imperial Hunting in Belovezhskaya Pushcha", which Nikolai Cherkas co-wrote with Irina Parmuzina, won the prestigious award "Golden Folio" in the country as the best popular science book of 2010. On December 30 of the last year the Kamenetz district court satisfied the suit of the district prosecutor for the NPE "The National Park Belovezhskaya Pushcha" to evict Nikolai Cherkas from the official premises without allocation of the alternative accommodation. Use a special (web)software (for example, "Translate-Google") to translate the text or read it more in Russian http://bp21.org.by/ru/art/a110112.html