Articles

Year 2012




December 28, 2012| Once again about bison which are absent
"Official Site of the Kabardino-Balkar Truth Newspaper" After reading the publication "CTO regime has benefited bison and roe deer" of the 4th December and "Bison in Kabardino-Balkaria are not found" of the 18th December, Alim Phitikov, a senior researcher at the Institute of Ecology of Mountain Territories, Kabardino- Balkar Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences, appealed to the Editor. Bialowieza Forest in Belarus was the main habitat for Bialowieza bison; however, the last wild bison was killed to the early twentieth century there. The repeated extermination of bison in Kabardino-Balkaria was in 90 years of the last century. Bison as a species was formed in the Caucasus for a long time and belonged to one of the integral components of the mountain ecosystems. Bison could survive if the appropriate level of protection and compliance with all biotechnical measures and could get to the commercial level in our country, without causing damage to the natural environment. 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/a121228.html December 27, 2012| Jagiello: stranger among natives
By Boris Pavlovsky, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The few biographical facts about the Jagiello, which were possible to extract from the hearth of the historical Medieval "bog", show that many of his actions and decisions were beyond the understanding of even his contemporaries. What to say about our generation, whose life belongs to a completely different era, with different values and perceptions of morality? However, if you look at the philosophy of the current politicians in the light of behavioral fashion, believe me, there are not many differences between them and their "colleagues" in power 600 years ago. A battle of cousins. Baptism of fire. A "gentlemen" agreement. Hunting in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The integrator of the Middle Ages. Rather, Jagiello and Vytautas so much loved the Pushcha's forest as did not want to allow other people with a gun and bow to be there, no one but themselves. Since then, the Forest has gained the status of the reserve and was called "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/a121227.html December 26, 2012| Is wolf a friend to the human?
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The issues wolves were discussed at a recent international seminar held in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The talk was about the possibility to carry out the comprehensive research of the population of the "gray robber" in the Belarusian part of Forest." It's about to tag animals with special radio collars and using navigation devices to track their migrations. So far, these studies have not been conducted in our country. Wolf is considered in Belarus as the typically unwanted species and hunting for it is allowed year-round. Meanwhile, scientists from the Frankfurt Zoological Society are very interested in this predator. It is fair to recognize that not all Germans are happy to reintroduce this predator into their forests. 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/a121226.html December 25, 2012| I hope while I live
By Daria Gubar & Irina SEMCHENOK, "Naviny Kamyanechchyny" (The Kamenets News) newspaper Anna Dengubenko is responsible for the chronicle of nature at the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" for the last twenty years. She gives well, knowledge, care and wisdom to the most beautiful area of the homeland. She is a biologist and says that she fascinated by the study of nature since childhood. We also believe that thanks to the professionalism and loyalty of these kinds of people to the homeland, our native land will bloom and its wealth will be preserved for posterity. The comments to the article give the refutation of the contribution of this woman to the preservation of the Bialowieza Forest. 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/a121225.html December 24, 2012| Report from Belovezhskaya Pushcha: Belarusian Father Frost gets letters from Taiwan and China (62 photos)
By Katerina Kuzmich, "Onliner.by" For several years, for New Year and Christmas holidays, the Belarusian Railway Company specifically organizes trips for children and adults to the estate of Santa Claus. Onliner.by reporters joined to the first group and went to Belovezhskaya Pushcha, met with Santa there and talked about the letters he receives. 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/a121224.html December 21, 2012| There were secret, now are dangerous
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper There are many military installations in the country as the legacy of the Soviet Army. Two bunkers were survived not far from Brest, in Kamenets district. One is a receiving radio center - located near the sanatorium "White Tower." The other is a coupling radio center - long abandoned. The radio center is located on the outskirts of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", near the presidential residence of Viskuli, where the Soviet Union de jure collapsed in 1991. Tourists were not allowed during the "cold war" there. The unapproachable object was securely guarded. Now the situation differed. 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/a121221.html December 20, 2012| Chronicles of doomsday. The deepest bunker on Belarus - not look for it on the map
By Vasily SEMASHKO, "Naviny.by" During the Cold War, underground command posts have been built all over the Soviet Union. No one thought about the end of the world then, but were seriously preparing to a nuclear attack. One of such super-bunkers is in Belarus, near the Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It is no longer a secret object, but one can find it today if just having the exact coordinates. The state could not and did not want to use this unique facility for others goals (such as the tourist one) and got rid of the problem of the maintenance of the facility to the easier way - to bury 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/a121220a.html December 20, 2012| Has your child already written a letter to Father Frost?
By Janna Baigot, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper Since 2003, when the residence of Belarusian Father Frost was open in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, the number covers thousands of letters. Guys are writing not only from Belarus, but from Russia, Moldova, Lithuania, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, France, Israel, Switzerland etc. Father Frost keeps all messages in special storage. Besides it, there are a Father's two-storied mansion, a Snow Maiden's house and a Christmas tree within the area of 15 hectares. Russian Santa Claus lives five hundred kilometers from Vologda - in Veliky Ustyug. In 1985, the Finnish Santa Claus – he is also called Yolupukki - moved from Lapland in the Arctic Circle on the outskirts of the city of Rovaniemi. 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/a121220.html
December 14, 2012| Bison "overdose"
By Sergei Murawski, "Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper The Belarusian population of bison, lost in the first half of the last century, is successfully restored, but there is another problem: how to manage the number of animals from a Red Data Book? Recently, bison got up to mischief in earnest within Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Exceeding the optimal quantity, they marched in orderly rows to the surrounding farmlands to destroy crops and cause serious economic damage, much bigger than one from wild boars and beavers. They visit backyards and put the fear into the local population. A similar situation exists in the Osipovichy district, within the local forest enterprise. The National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" is not going to regulate the number of bison, while the managers of the Osipovichy Experimental Forest enterprise are seriously thinking about what to do with "excess" 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/a121214.html
December 08, 2012| Bialowieza Forest, Bialowieza Forest, I understand timeless grief of it
"Citizens" An important date is today, already completely forgotten but not become less historic. The signing of the agreement on the establishment of the Commonwealth of Independent States happened on December 8, 1991. The preamble of the document stated that "the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics as a subject of international law and a geopolitical reality ceases to exist." 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/a121208.html December 08, 2012| We have always to beware of today's funeral date!
"Gaydpark" 21 years ago a Belovezhskaya Agreement had been signed to proclaim the demise of the Soviet Union. Today is a truly tragic, probably the most mournful day in the history of our country and of civilization. 21 years ago, on December 8, 1991, Yeltsin, Kravchuk and Shushkevich signed Agreements in the State "Hunting" Residence Viskuli in the Belarusian Bialowieza Forest which proclaimed the demise of the Soviet Union and the formation of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). So, treason remained absolutely unpunished. 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/a121208a.html December 08, 2012| Where did the Belarusian-language copy of the Bialowieza agreement disappear?
By Tatiana Shakhnovich, "United Civil Party" The higher ranks of Belarus debate on the eve of the 21st anniversary of the collapse of the USSR of early 90's: whether did it exist at all? Information leaked by chance thanks to the first leader of independent Belarus Stanislav Shushkevich, who planned to write a memoir in the BelaRussian language. A version of the agreement in Belovezhskaya Pushcha was only prepared in Russian, Petr Kravchenko puzzled with the statement. The only working group of a high level met at night. Then Sergei Balyuk - the director of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" at that time - sent a jeep for his secretary, and she had brought an old Soviet typewriter from the village of Kamenyuki, from the management office. 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/a121208b.html December 07, 2012| "I want back to Belovezhskaya Pushcha and beat all those gathered there"
"NEWSYOUR.RU" Writer Zakhar Prilepin talks about his attitude toward the Soviet Union, modern Russia and international politics. 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/a121207.html December 07, 2012| Anatomy of the collapse
"Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper In early December 2006, the President of Belarus Alexandr Lukashenko has invited some Russian politicians to visit the country and take part in activities on the 15th anniversary of the Belovezhskaya agreements. We were accommodated in a hotel at the hunting manor "Viskuli" within the area of the State House in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, where the infamous agreement on the cessation of the Soviet Union and the formation of the CIS was signed on December 8, 1991. The first time I saw firsthand the place where the action of political betrayal was done that led to the greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the century XX. 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/a121207a.html
December 06, 2012| Bison can destroy the Bialowieza Forest
By Ales Pileckiy, "ERB" The Council of Ministers resolved to kill more bison. The Osipovichi Experienced State Forest Enterprise is one of two places in Belarus (Belovezhskaya Pushcha is the second), where one can arrange hunting bison. But it can hardly be called hunting. To shoot the animal from the so-called reserved gene pool fund costs 20.000 Euros. There are no healthy and strong bison there - only the old or sick. The employee of the scientific department of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Alexei Bunevich says that the innovation is unlikely to solve the problem with breeding bison. As many as 450 of these animals are already in Pushcha this year, while only 300 animals can normally live within its territory. The legislation prevents the bison trade as, according to it, all animals listed in a Red Data Book are on special registration books. 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/a121206.html
December 04, 2012| Miracle on Polesie. A miracle from the Rozhkovka village
By Pavel Severinets , "Nasha Niva" (Our Field) newspaper The article is about saving the village of Rozhkovka in Belovezhskaya Pushcha by the German punitive operation in 1942. 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/a121204.html December 03, 2012| Very ancient legends, or Notes on bison hunting
"Ukrainian forester" Mikolaj Hussowczyk is today known as a poet and Latin scholar of the Renaissance, who proudly called himself a Lithuanian. His poem "The Song of Bison" is also known. This only work of his was published in 1523. Mikolaj Hussowczyk, as he said, skinned and cut carcasses of bison for many times. One day I came across the book, which describes a medieval hunting and the story how an Englishman managed to get two bison in Russia. Hunting in the Bialowieza Forest. 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/a121203a.html December 03, 2012| Santas in Belarus multiply through residences
"Portal of Grodno" Santa Clauses' Residences are every year more and more numerous in Belarus. Each region, more than that - almost every district wants to get its own estate. So, in the end of 2012 the BelaRussians got good choice of places to visit Father Frost and his granddaughter for a generous gift. The observer of Portal interfax.by got through the current offers and identified which regions of Belarus placed Santa Claus's real estate. Main Office - Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Zyuzya Poozerskiy - a close relative. Minsk, Gorky Park, the metropolitan office. For those who are busy. 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/a121203b.html
December 03, 2012| New enactment of Council of Ministers: the criteria for shooting bison in Belarus are more numerous
By Katerina Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" On November 23, the Council of Ministers adopted a resolution, which makes changes and amendments to the Rules on protection and management of bison. These changes expand the list of criteria that allow shooting bison. Today it is possible in Belarus to shoot animals listed in a Red Data Book but belonging to the so-called reserved gene pool group. However, new criteria appeared to introduce bison into this reserve. Now they also include, for example, bison, which are located "in the winter period at the farms and silage clamps and show aggression toward people 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/a121203.html
November 28, 2012| How to ensure the long-term conservation of Bialowieza bison?
By Elena Terentieva, "Wild Nature" Belarus very significantly contributed to solve the problem of salvation of Bialowieza bison from extinction - today 1050 to 1080 animals of this species live in our country, that is about 25% of the world population (the second largest one in the world). Overall, a little more than 4,400 bison was recorded in 2010 all over the world. However, these figures are not the only cause for pride, but also require serious analysis for the future development of Bialowieza bison populations. The editorial board invited to the conversation the leading Belarusian scientist studying bison and head of the Laboratory of Mammals at the Scientific and Practical Center for Bioresources of the National Academy of Scinces of Belarus", Doctor of Biology, Professor Petr Kozlo. 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/a121128.html
November 23, 2012| Bison give a choice for people
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper Bison is called in different ways. It is our pride and a national treasure. Foreigners associate this animal with Belarus, while Belarusians do it with Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Today, thanks to the efforts of many people, the second-largest bison herd in the world - 428 animals – was created in Pushcha. However, this figure does not give cause for celebration. They are rather disturbing. Bison are much more numerous as compared with the Forest's food reserve, because there are other numerous ungulates. This gives an idea of pressure for the ecosystem of the oldest forest in Europe. A lot of money - from the budget and earned by the National Park from tourism and wood processing – are annually spent for feeding animals. But that is not enough. Now, scientists are puzzled - what to do with the too numerous "Red Book" animals? 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/a121123.html
November 21, 2012| Michael day of the forest giant
By Marina Lozinskaya, "Oka-Info" On November 21, marked 100 years since the birth of the scientist-biologist Mikhail Zablotskiy, director of the bison nursery in Oka-Terrace Reserve for many years, the man who returned bison to the Russian forest . Maria Zablotskaya told me the life story of his father. She is heiress of affairs throughout his life. History of bison revival comes from 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/a121121.html November 21, 2012| 100 years since the birth of the founder of the bison nursery
"Newspaper-Info" Today, the 21th November, the Oka-Terrace Reserve celebrates two important dates - 64 years since the founding of the Central Bison Nursery and 100-year anniversary of one of the founders of the nursery Mikhail Zablotskii. After incorporating the territory of Belovezhskaya Pushcha into the Soviet Union in 1939 where the nursery of purebred bison was located, the young scientist who has already had time to prove himself an expert in the "bison business" was imposed on the Commission for protection and restoration of bison at the biological department of the Academy of Sciences. Mr.Zablocki immediately came 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/a121121a.html November 20, 2012| Last Supper near the Soviet-Polish border
By Vyacheslav Makeev, "Proza.ru" An excerpt from the novel "Country of Shining Goddess." This is the narrative about the fall of the Soviet Union, the meeting in Belovezhskaya Pushcha and impressions of its wildlife. 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/a121120.html November 15, 2012| "Forests' night dwellers: a personal report prepared for all"
By Irina Timonovich, "BirdWatch.by" Learning about the "Forests' night dwellers", I with my girlfriend Catherine immediately and decisively were going to the village of Zalesie. When traveling, we expected that there will be the laymen like us there, but still in the car when stopped to look at each bird, it became clear that we messed up something. So it was that we were fortunate enough to spend a few days almost at the heart of Belovezhskaya Pushcha together with ornithologists and owls. 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/a121115a.html
November 15, 2012| To return bison
By A. Raevskaya, "Belarusian Green Portal" Attempts to earn from the national symbol eventually bring losses for both nature and the nation. A national fund for bison will help save this species. Environmental aspect. Scientific aspect. Moral dimension. Economic aspect. Sponsors for bison. In the minds of several generations of Belarusians bison and Belovezhskaya Pushcha are national symbols and natural heritage. 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/a121115.html
November 08, 2012| Santa Claus from Belovezhskaya Pushcha is cheaper for Russians than it from Great Ustyug
By Marina Zelenaya, "TUT.BY" Russian Father Frost is the most expensive of the world's S.Clauses. That is the conclusion made by Petersburg newspaper "Fontanka.ru", as remembering the approaching holiday and counting the cost of visit to estates of magicians in Russia, Belarus, Finland and Sweden. Residence of Belarusian Father Frost is in 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/a121108.html November 07, 2012| Swamps of the Brest to get into the controversial list of the producing deposits
By Janna Sidoruk, "Real Brest" Belarusian environmentalists fear for the fate of eight protected wetlands in different parts of the country. According to one of the Council of Ministers' decree, these areas may soon be used for the peat extraction. Two unique wetlands in the Brest region are also in the "extracted" list. Implementation of the decrees should not be at any cost, including the destruction of environmentally significant and world-renowned wetland ecosystems of Belarus, comparable in popularity with 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/a121107.html October 24, 2012| Naturalist, educator, homeopath and friend of humanity
By Alexander Rashkovsky, Blog of the Magazine "Seven Arts" Here is the biography of Dmitry Dalmatov. Dmitry, "well studied Belovezhskaya Pushcha in his lifetime there, presented to the Ministry a detailed and comprehensive description of it along with the project of the profitable forestry." He was a pioneer of research in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, in particular, since 1846 he was engaged in the domestication of small bison. "He came into the academic world as a respected researcher Bialowieza 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/a121024.html October 22, 2012| How to become a tourist Mecca?
By Galina Romanchuk, "Grodnenskaya Pravda" (The Grodno Truth) newspaper This topic was discussed, argued and reflected at the session on the development of tourism in the region, not only by deputies but also by representatives of the bank and government bodies, and by heads of the district. The question is not ordinary - tourism along with other sectors should determine the region's economy in an agricultural area and there are all conditions for this. To the Khutorok! Along the route, the Green. There are also other routes through the territory of Belovezhskaya Pushcha and the memorial places in the district. Dutch listened to the frogs croaking. An empty house on favorable conditions. 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/a121022a.html
October 22, 2012| Extra bison
By Oleg Snov, ''Narodnaya Volya" (The People's Will) newspaper Lobbyists of VIP-hunters prepare the public opinion to start the legal shooting of the "Red-Data-Book" symbol of Belarus. In fact, we are already close to the situation in Poland where the population consists of 1224 animals. Now, however, opinions are more and more often heard that the increase in the number of bison exerts a negative influence on their habitats and on the animals themselves. Senior Researcher of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Alexei Bunevich confirms that bison in Forest are very numerous. If very short, the arguments of the theory "Unnecessary bison" are as following. 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/a121022.html
October 19, 2012| Extra bison
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Nobody knows what to do with the "Red-book" symbol of Belarus. Do you remember the famous words of Professor Severtsov about Belovezhskaya Pushcha? "The history of bison and forest intertwined. The Forest survived because there were bison, bison survived because there was the Forest", written by the man whose contribution to the restoration of the Belarusian population of this giant huge is huge. Times change, and now the number of bison and other ungulates growing year by year threatens the entire ecosystem of the forest oldest in Europe. Scientists are puzzled what to do with the "Red-Data-Book" symbol of Belarus, which became too numerous? 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/a121019.html
October 19, 2012| From environmental education of schoolchildren to noosphere economy and social policy
By Elena KEDIK, "Svislochskaya Gazeta" (The Svisloch Newspaper) newspaper The seminar "Noosphere vector in the process of high school students ready for professional self-determination", dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of the scientist, philosopher and social activist V.Vernadsky, was held in the Novodvorskaya school, Svisloch district. The event was the launch pad of the project "Implementation of the model of the system-modular support for the poly-vocational guidance component of the modern education". Let's start with the practical issues at the school, with professional tests relevant to the profession or educational path, as multiplying contribution to the preservation and enrichment of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. I think that in the end citizens with new thinking, look and attitude to their purpose in the future will graduate the school. 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/a121019a.html September 26, 2012| Symmetry is no geometry
By Antonina Hokimova, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper The Second Transboundary Forum of Journalists dedicated to the Day of European cooperation was held in Belovezhskaya Pushcha in the framework of the Program of cross-border cooperation "Poland - Belarus - Ukraine. 2007 to 2013" on September 12 to 14. Journalists have seen firsthand how Pushcha and its tourist infrastructure have been transformed in recent years. General Director of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Alexander Bury noted in his statement that Pushcha is an extraterritorial phenomenon. "Here is the border between Belarus and Poland, but we with the Polish colleagues do not feel boundaries in ecology, tourism and culture", he said. Journalists are trying to spread this experience of working at the territorial level, which is erasing boundaries, by popularizing the program "Poland - Belarus - Ukraine. 2007 to 2013". 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/a120926.html September 22, 2012| "I am proud of what has been done in Belovezhskaya Pushcha"
By Victor Kaspruk, "vkaspruk" Interview with Stanislav Shushkevich, the former Speaker of the Belarusian Parliament and one of the authors of the historic 1991-Agreement signed 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/a120922.html
September 21, 2012| Igor Kachanovsky "How to develop the science on especially protected natural areas is among the most pressing issues of today"
"Wild Nature'' The International scientific and practical conference "Current state and prospects of development of especially protected natural territories of the Republic of Belarus" was held in the Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve between 24 and 26 September of 2012. Some issues that need serious attention appeared in these territories over the past few years - cooperation of scientific and business activities of environmental institutions develops successfully in not all spheres and the role of eco-tourism development is seen variously. What of the current issues are tabled for discussion at this time? The Wildlife.by asked PhD Igor Kachanovsky, head of the Department of Natural Systems and Agriculture at the Office of Affairs of the President of the Republic of Belarus to tell more about it. An International Scientific and Practical Center for the Study of Wild Nature is now created in Belovezhskaya Pushcha on the instructions of 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/a120921.html
September 17, 2012| Sectors of the likelihood of collisions with wild animals to mark on a new road map of Belarus
By Dmitry Patyko, "Wild Nature'' Not so long ago, looking through the materials of the tender announced by the Americans to build a crossing for animals across a busy highway, I thought we would be happy if having their concerns. And we also "have reached such a life". True, we got it as all looking modest. Transitions for amphibians first in the CIS were built in the Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve in 2006, and then at the construction of the road to bypass Belovezhskaya Pushcha and at the reconstruction of highway Minsk - Gomel. Recently more two "pedestrian" tunnels under the road - for wild ungulates - appeared 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/a120917.html September 14, 2012| ''Belarusians are silently drudging and doing not complain"
By Nadezhda Naymushina, ''Narodnaya Volya" (The People's Will) newspaper A blogger of platina_ru shares his Impressions about the visit to our country. Belarus is amazing due to its excellent roads with a speed limit of 120 km/h. Leaving Brest, we hurried to Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The Kamenets Tower is next stop. Then we went to Nesvizh Castle. After the colorful Mir Castle we expected to get in the capital of Minsk. Once we crossed the border with Russia, we immediately felt a big difference. 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/a120914a.html September 14, 2012| ''Circumnavigate Belovezhskaya Pushcha by bike''
By Nadezhda Naymushina, ''TUT.BY'' Where you can relax in the country at the same time by choosing a bicycle route, enjoy the fresh air and see bison and wild boar? Of course, it is in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. A reporter of TUT.BY learned how a bike tour across Pushcha looks like. 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/a120914.html August 28, 2012| ''Bison Song''
By Adam Maldis, George Korzhenevski , "Minsk Old and New" George Korzhenevski, a local lore student and an engineer-ameliorator from Volozhin, dedicated his study to Mikolaj Hussowczyk, an author of "Bison Song". This article needs some comments by a columnist. What we know about the life of Mikolaj Hussowczyk? A bit about stereotypes. Reconstruction of the biography. Hymn of the native land. Earthly and heavenly patrons. The last argument. 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/a120828.html August 21, 2012| Opinion: Wild on the rules and the rules of the barbaric
By Dmitry Voinov, "TUT.BY" The Ministry of Forestry, being under public pressure, could not support some unpopular amendments to the draft Regulation of hunting. It was explained on the Ministry's website what kinds of concessions they made and the latest version of the project was published. I spent a lot of time to study it thoroughly. Hunting for all ungulates is permitted during their breeding season and, of course, is aimed at the removal of the most valuable "trophy" producers. Already, "trophy" deer antlers from Belovezhskaya Pushcha cause laughter among European hunters – "the powered work" of the former director Nikolai Bambiza was not in vain. Wild boar is particularly unlucky as it can be shooting all year round and at any time of day. In common, the officials decided to extirpate the most valuable fauna. 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/a120821a.html August 21, 2012| Papuan from Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Nikolai Volynets, "Chitalnya.ru" What can I tell you about the last summer? It's nothing. Vacation is over and was like another winter cold. However, I got a little adventure this summer. Money was enough only to rest at the woman Kate's house. Her farm is located on the eastern edge of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. My wife and I got together to woman Kate. It's well at the farm. An adventure on the river. 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/a120821.html
August 15, 2012| Certified wood from nature protection areas to be exported
By A.Raevskaya, "Belarusian Green Portal" All the national parks of Belarus, including Belovezhskaya Pushcha and Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve plan to get PEFC certificate by year-end. No matter what certificates, wood taken from the protected areas can not be considered "clean." The first "swallow". Certification is a voluntary matter. Benefits from certification. Ideal and real. For risk assessment. Specially protected natural areas are to leave to nature. 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/a120815.html
August 10, 2012| Belovezhskaya Pushcha, the heat and antler-deer
By Alexander Pekach, "Wild Nature" I would like to talk to all friends and fans of the mysterious world of wildlife about my 2-month observations of an interesting member of the family of deer – red deer. Belovezhskaya Pushcha is a place of my observations. We climb a small tower, waiting in ambush, built by the hunter service. And then I see that the reeds to the right of us are "live". 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/a120810.html August 05, 2012| European tourists traveling to Belarus to watch birds
By Anastasia Solonovich, "TUT.BY" Belarusian naturalist Sergei Sidoruk together with colleagues creates an eco-villages in Belovezhskaya Pushcha, which is already chosen by many European tourists. The village of Zalesie in Belovezhskaya Pushcha is almost extinct as only three houses and two native women are now living there. The remaining six houses are gradually turning into the tourist Eco-village and –lovers to watch birds and wildlife come here. 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/a120805.html
August 01, 2012| To save bison needs to find $ 100 thousand
By Catherine Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" A new resolution of the Council of Ministers can be adopted in October of this year, which will amend the rules for protection and use of bison. Project was prepared by Ministry of Natural Resources and the document will be discussed and possibly changed. However, experts concern about some innovations proposed, for example, to allow shooting bison of any gender and age, which are not valuable for genetic selection and breeding. The experts fear that animals can be adversely affected from this rule when a country has a commercial interest in shooting 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/a120801.html
August 01, 2012| People go in Belovezhskaya Pushcha to drink moonshine and yearn for the USSR
By Natalia Krivets, "Komsomolskaya Pravda" (The Komsomol Truth in Belarus) newspaper The correspondent of "Komsomolskaya Pravda" was trying to figure out within three days why the Russians prefer the Belarusian protected distant spot, not the Spanish beaches. Money from the air. No cash - no tours. Forest secrets. Soviet paradise. 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/a120801a.html July 21, 2012| Should I buy a house in the village
By Roman Rud, Andrew Dementevsky, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper The desire to buy the own homes in villages has turned to a boom for citizens. For example, there were purchased more rural houses in the area of Belovezhskaya Pushcha in June than during the last year. Of course, the new conditions of sale played a major role for this - the deal now does not require the consent of the National Park's administration. But on the other hand, an influx of buyers willing to fork over a lopsided log hut in villages located far from protected areas is also observed. Let's say that each of the authors of our polemical column have friends or colleagues who have become owners of rural homes. Journalists' opinions on this subject have traditionally separated. Escape from the city is at a loss. Even the dead will be resurrected. 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/a120721a.html July 21, 2012| It could hear a fly flying during the lectures by Vasily Sharapov
By Alexander Kurets, "Belorusskaya Niva" (The Belarusian Field) newspaper Nikolai Brinchuk knows history of the Agricultural Enterprise "Agro-Pelische" very well. He heads the enterprise for over 10 years. After passing the state examination, he was offered to stay in the college and do research. He chose the village. He worked as head of the Department of Agriculture in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and then the deputy chairman of the Agricultural Enterprise "Kolos". Nikolai Brinchuk heads the "Agro-Pelische" for the last ten years. Today, our Agricultural Academy graduates specialists highly demanded for the village, Nikolai Brinchuk says. 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/a120721.html July 20, 2012| "White World" is actually Green
"Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Such a public movement must have arisen precisely in the area of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The farm "Pushcha's Secret" under the direction of the estate owner Ivan Panasyuk is successfully engaged in cultivation of medicinal and aromatic herbs, berries and nut trees for three years. Farming has a processing facility for berries, herbs and spices. Non-profit ideas that took shape in the specific ecological and local history public association called "White World" were born by the management. The title primarily encoded purity. Members of the organization are interested in three areas. The first is the purity of food. The second is the clean environment. The third is spiritual and moral purity which implies a return to traditional moral principles of the 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/a120720.html July 19, 2012| Save spruce forests for posterity
By Alexandr Tsybulskiy, "Belorusskaya Lesnaya Gazeta" (The Belarusian Forest Newspaper) newspaper, No 29 Negative trends caused by shrinkage of spruce stands have recently increased in some forest enterprises of Belarus. Therefore, the journalist "BLG" met with Vera Filippovich, senior specialist of the Ministry of Forestry, and asked her about the history of the problem and the reasons, and about what is being done in Belarusian forests to break through them. Mass weakening and periodic drying of spruce stands are not a new phenomenon for European forests. First observations of drying of spruce forests in what is now Belarus was done in the nineteenth century in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The analysis shows that the change of water regime due to a drought and human actions is usually the main cause of spruce stands' destruction. Drying spruce plantations are under constant supervision of the management of the forest industry and there is no doubt that the problem will not be out of control. 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/a120719.html July 18, 2012| Village houses in Belovezhskaya Pushcha to buy more in June than for the last year
By Igor Boytov, "TUT.BY" Presidential Decree No 59, which simplified the procedure for sale of real estate in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", came into effect almost two months ago. It means no need now to ask the consent of the Park's administration to buy a house in the land of bison. The effect has exceeded all expectations – there have been bought houses in the Kamenets district for a month after the Decree more than in all of last year. But there is not observed such activity on similar grounds in the Pruzhany district. Experts say that the road infrastructure must be developed. Here is a brief background of the issue. 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/a120718.html July 17, 2012| House viewing Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Adam Tobolich, "Zarya" (The Dawn) newspaper Presidential Decree No 59 streamlined the procedures for sale of real estate in the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". Ten or fifteen years ago, one could buy a house almost in every village located near Brest paying two or three thousand dollars. It must be said there are many villages where one earlier could make a deal on the sale of real estate only with the permission of the National Park. In recent years I have often heard talks about that the Russians will soon buy everything. No, the analysis of transactions of purchase and sale of real estate in the Kamenetz district shows that Brest residents mainly get it the property. There are many suggestions in Kamenets and Pruzhany districts for those who want to do rural tourism. 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/a120717.html July 14, 2012| Four hours in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha's wildlife world
By Alexander Pekach, "Wild Nature" At the request of readers of Wildlife.by, I try to tell more about a new environmental and photographic tour of Belovezhskaya Pushcha "Wildlife World". A young married couple from the Russian Federation, Alexander and Natalia Volkova, are among the first who decided to take advantage of this unusual offer for the rest and to see wild animals in their natural habitat. 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/a120714.html July 13, 2012| Philosopher's Stone of the Mafusailov's family from Vaukavysk
By Dmitry Umpirovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper Those whose age is over 110 are eleven in the country. That is e geographical paradox as three of them live in the Volkovysk district and seven are in the Grodno region (the area is in the lead in the number per capita of ancient elders). Nina Solovei, when I ask her a question on the demographic phenomenon of the Grodno region, answer without a moment's hesitation "My grandmother lived 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/a120713.html July 12, 2012| A bicycle tour across Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Leonid EKEL, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper What is the difference between a trip on the bike from a walking visit of Belovezhskaya Pushcha? What do we know about the Forest? I had nothing new to tell for the person interested since information on-line and in books is sufficient. Therefore, this text does not cause the information in the form of a discovery or a sensation, that's just observations. 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/a120712.html
July 11, 2012| Meet the bison without the comfort and variety of services
By Ales Levchuk, "Brestskiy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper The Brest land has two brands widely known outside the country - "Brest Fortress" and "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". It would seem good money can be made from tourists. This is also a great way to fill the city and regional budgets. But the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", unfortunately, does not create conditions to ensure that tourists leave money there. I have the impression that service in the National Park has not changed since Soviet times, when I went there as being the child. 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/a120711.html
July 06, 2012| A tune of nature protection
By Leonid EKEL, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper If someone said Fyodor Saevich (the forestry officer of Belovezhskaya Pushcha) twenty years ago that he will become respectable writer of a retirement age, he would have taken these words as not successful joke. There is nothing surprising in it. As being sincere and emotional, a human has an uncontrollable desire to tell people about what the local resident sees, feels and thinks about anything. A kind and generous man will certainly want to become a conduit for the beautiful. Exploring the deeper roots of his family, he proudly says that the Saevich genus has the local roots. He knows where roads to dignity, nobility and happiness are. And he marks signs of these roads through his books. 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/a120706.html June 28, 2012| Nature conservation is a common cause
"Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper "The Federal Chamber newspaper" in a special supplement has already reported about a recent meeting of the regular seminar at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Belarus-Russia Union State on issues of creating the Union State. The topic discussed in Brest was "Practice, problems and prospects of especially protected natural territories of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation." Today we publish a view about Brest and problems of the seminar. Located near Brest, the National Landscape Sanctuary "Pribuzhskoe Polesie" and three other local nature sanctuaries, as well as the unique Belovezhskaya Pushcha National Park are. The cleanest city. What are the problems in our parks? Reserves and civil society. 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/a120628.html June 19, 2012| A majestic relic of the continent
"Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper Belovezhskaya Pushcha is the last plain old-aged forest in Europe, a storehouse of natural wonders and a lively chronicle of the centuries. Rings of centuries. The high patronage. With the royal scale. To Siberia because of poaching. An irreparable damage. Division of the property. Under the tutelage of the state. It is getting wider too. An island of botanical treasures. All are countless. A swamp getting wild. For every taste. 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/a120619.html June 14, 2012| Crimean funs by Soviet leaders
By Andrei Konovalov, "Krymskaya Gazeta" (The Crimean newspaper) newspaper Hunting and fishing were an integral part of recreation for the leaders of the USSR, especially in the Crimea. Of the four VIP protected game grounds of the Soviet Union - Zavidovo, Belovezhskaya Pushcha, Chernomorskoe and Crimskoe, the last was famous for the spectacular landscapes and wild animals. It hited the General Secretary Brezhnev in his leg. Mouflons are for the elite of the elite. KGB Chairman caught spies, while his wife fished. 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/a120614.html May 22, 2012| Bison, I see you!
By Igor Maiden, "Vesti Segodnya" (The News Today) newspaper, No 58 Latvia is friends with Belarus for a long time concerning protected natural areas. For example, we have the North-Vidzeme Biosphere Reserve, which has been linked to the legendary Belovezhskaya Pushcha by common programs to protect animals during the Soviet years. Now the Belarusian Park, located on the territory of the Brest region, is really strictly protected, in contrast to our one: no cutting trees, no shoot animals. The correspondent of "The News Today" went in Pushcha. ("BP-21" Website Editor's Note. Unfortunately, this article is replete with errors.) 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/a120522.html May 11, 2012| Water live and dead
By Valentine Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper It's written only in books on chemistry of that water is a liquid with no taste, color and odor. Any natural water – from river, lake, rain or spring – is live. Water from many springs is crystal clear and always delicious. A project to clean up springs recently launched in our country. Personally, I have the impression that we continue to treat water over lightly. A spring in Vezhnoe looks abandoned. Water is yellow and cloudy there. The spring is unwell. Is it because near a road around 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/a120511.html May 02, 2012| A book "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" by George Kartsov. Let's read a rare book in the original
By Valentina Gorbachevskaya, "Brestskiy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper Not many of Belarusian libraries can today boast of a luxury edition in hardcover with gold embossed lettering and of embossed leather spine of a large landscape format in their fund, like a book "Belovezhskaya Pushcha". It is the historical overview of Belovezhskaya Pushcha, hunting management and imperial hunting described by George Kartsov. 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/a120502.html April 22, 2012| Breeding bison in the central bison nursery between 1981 and 1985
, "Agro News" Maintenance and expansion of the bison gene pool in the Soviet Union, calves growth to settle in other places of bison breeding in order to restore this species in the USSR and keeping the insurance bison fund in the reserve are main objectives of the Central Bison Nursery. The Central Bison Nursery based in the Oka-Terrace Biosphere Reserve in 1948. The Nursery keeps animals of all currently existing forms and lines of bison, like plain Belovezhskiy bison, original Belovezhskaya lines, etc. 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/a120422.html
April 20, 2012| "Wild forest" or well-groomed park?
By Elena Tribuleva, "Vecherniy Brest" (The Evening Brest) newspaper Environmentalists oppose the rash clean forests. Our commitment to restore order on the ground threatens to turn into the destruction of wildlife. It is about waysides along the car roads, where "putting forests in order" is a particular zeal in the last year or two. As a result, the same pattern can now be observed all over the country – absolutely healthy trees cut out along the roadsides and undergrowth destroyed at the root. Maybe are we really overdoing in an effort to turn waysides to a perfectly-cut grass lawns and forest shelter belts to an artificial park area? 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/a120420.html
April 10, 2012| Guides explained why the Russians have "run" to Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Natalia Susha, "Vecherniy Brest" (Evening Brest) newspaper Tourism issues are traditionally discussed on the eve of International Day for Monuments and Sites, which is celebrated worldwide on April 17. Unfortunately, this industry sector in our country is still far from even a minimal capacity to be realized, although "rescue recipe" is actually quite simple and is well-known for professionals. Guides often got at the heart of the historical truth which you will never find in textbooks. Russia had top-popular TV programs where the Belarusian Grandfather Frost's residence in Belovezhskaya Pushcha has been shown as an inexpensive, funny and profitable place for tourism. The idea got suddenly open that Belarus is not far and quite cheap. And the people have 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/a120410.html April 04, 2012| "These are not poachers. These are us!"
By Nikolai Cherkas, "Vecherniy Brest" (Evening Brest) newspaper Who said that only royal person hunted in a big way in Belovezhskaya Pushcha? Soviet leaders also liked "to have a good time" in this way. A state protected game ground is nonsense like a state-nongovernmental organization. The entry for ordinary people into its territory was banned. But hunt for high-ranking officials was even allowed there. A swan for a museum. Just a little whimsy? Director of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Nikolai Bambiza once made a mistake. 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/a120404.html April 03, 2012| Safari in the Belarusian style. Exclusive tourism or tours on condition of hard workload?
By Natalia Benitsevich, "National Fund of St. Trifon" Few people know about Belarusian safari tours. But experts consider them as the promising line of eco-tourism. The first official safari tours appeared in Belarus in December 2009 in the National Park "Pripyatskiy". This initiative was taken up in Belovezhskaya Pushcha late last year. What is the color of a safari in Belarusian? 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/a120403.html March 23, 2012| Disturbing notes are in the tune on nature protection
By Dmitry Umpirovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper For a long time residents of villages in the vicinity of Belovezhskaya Pushcha do not surprise at newfangled fun "safari". Is bison our national treasure to care very much? It depends which way you look. If to look from the Pruzhany district, something very unpleasant will be seen – trampled agricultural fields, eaten winter crops and multimillion-dollar losses. Reporters of "SB" saw with their own eyes that the proximity of national parks and their dwellers to the villages and farms is very problematic. 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/a120323.html March 07, 2012| The one and only
By Valentina Kozlovich, "Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper Tomorrow, the 8th March, everything probably will be good "as always" - bouquets, congratulations. A moment of birth of art. Irina Kushneruk is director of the Kamenyuki crafts and cultural center in the Kamenets district. She is a woodcarver, the only woman-master in Belarus working on wood sculptures with chainsaw. Many people saw her sculptures in the estate of Farther Frost in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Irina was placed on a job in 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/a120307.html
February 28, 2012| Why have "hunters" on bison not found to this day?
By Catherine Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" The investigation of the illegal hunting of bison is still underway. We recall that "blood" events occurred in late January - first a dead one and seriously wounded second bison was found in the Khoiniki district, and then three more decapitated bison were found in the Volozhin district. How difficult is it to find the culprits? Has illegal hunting on bison in Belovezhskaya Pushcha in the period when Nikolai Bambiza led the National Park been conducted? It is unknown because there is no official confirmation of information. However, one glaring fact was still locked - a criminal investigation into the illegal hunting of a female bison in the strictly protected zone on the territory of the Yazvinskoe forestry of the National Park was open in November of 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/a120228.html
February 25, 2012| What prevents the National Park ''Belovezhskaya Pushcha'' from getting back the European Diploma?
By Catherine Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" Experts from the Council of Europe, who visited the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" in September 2011, still have a number of claims to it. Despite the positive developments for which they have recently praised the new leadership of the Park, a Diploma cannot be returned or can be returned for 3 years. It depends on compliance with a number of conditions by the National Park. CE experts do not approve of hunting for bison and the estate of Santa Claus in the center of the Forest. The management of the National Park is grateful for the advice, but not all of them can be performed.
February 24, 2012| A raid from a protected natural area
By Sergei Moschik, "Vecherniy Brest" (Evening Brest) newspaper Many farms of the Pruzhany District suffer from bison. Forecasts are disappointing as many hundred acres should be reseeded. Giants listed in a Red Data Book feel themselves as being the rightful owner there. Old-timers recall that earlier bison also went to the people but these were isolated cases. In recent years, there are more and more "stray" animals. You have to just guess about the reasons for that – timber harvesting in the past, excessive number of the bison population or anything else. 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/a120224.html
February 22, 2012| Strictly Protected Zone of Belovezhskaya Pushcha to expand, Father Frost to move elsewhere?
By Catherine Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" A Presidential decree No 59 "On some issues of specially protected natural areas" takes effect in less than 3 months. According to it, the pride of Belarus – the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" - expects huge changes. In particular, the historical strictly reserved part of the Forest is increased by almost twice. This decree is a historic event. What to do with the estate of Santa Claus? A European Diploma should be returned.
February 21, 2012| Bison and scapegoats
By A. Raevskaya, "Belarusian Green Portal" After removing bison from the untouchable status and moving them to economic self-sufficiency, the government gave hunters and poachers the "green light" for their extermination. Advertising is the motor trade. Good people and bad animals. Scapegoats. In December 2009, three bison were illegally shot out during a hunt in national parks "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" and "Pripyatskiy". 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/a120221.html
February 18, 2012| 'AIDS'-bearer-bison will be allowed to shoot
By Alexei Zimin, "Free Press" Unique animals will be exterminated by "science" in Belarus. President Lukashenko began tightening the screws on the field of hunting and fishing. Nikolai Bambiza, director general of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", deputy chairman of the "Belarusian Society of Hunters and Fishermen" and head of this society Yuri Shumsky were under pressure. President of Belarus has taken the industry in personal control by chance - hunting brings a good income in times of crisis in the country. Since last year bison, the symbol of Belarus, which is listed in a Red Data Book and banned for hunting, became one of the most offered trophy to get currency. However, the shooting of animals has caused outrage 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/a120218.html
February 17, 2012| On a sledge with a breeze
By Sergei Moschik, "Vecherniy Brest" (Evening Brest) newspaper The tourist complex "BelovezhTour", which is located in the village of Kletnoe, Pruzhany district, invites to drive in a sledge on the ecological trail. The distance of the extraordinary journey is up to 8 kilometers. People resting in the "BelovezhTour" and the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" can take advantage of this innovation. Russian businessman Nikolai Burnos, he was born in Kletnoe, funds the tourist complex. Sergei Tarasevich, a representative of the investor in the Pruzhany district, told that scientists from the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and from the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" helped introduce this idea. 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/a120217a.html February 17, 2012| "Hunting tourism in Belarus may lose the foreign customer!"
By Elena Terentyeva, "Wild Nature" Belarusian hunting tourism is in anticipation of changes. I can say with good reason that these decisions are not competent and professional. It is expected to use unified tariffs for foreign hunters who come to take wild animals' trophies, regardless of whether the animal is shot in the national park, or public hunting enterprise, or private hunting ground. The purpose is good, to create equal conditions for all business entities that provide services for hunt. It is wrong to equalize prices emulating the National Part "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", which is the Belarusian brand in the world hunting tourism market for many years, if compared with the ordinary hunting ground. 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/a120217.html February 12, 2012| Bison as the object of hunting
By Pyotr Kozlo, "Belarusian Hunting Portal" Bison along with aurochs has been the object of exciting hunting for many centuries. With the reduction in the natural habitat and the number of bison, only princes, kings, tsars and their attendants hunted them. Even 100 years ago, the greatest hunting for bison was arranged in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. In 1993, Belarus had 360 bison which consisted of three populations. The basis of our program is to put the meta-population model, or the strategy of this kind. Bison is a universal value. 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/a120212.html
February 11, 2012| The Lukashenko's administration authorizes murder of bison
"Timber-Industrial Gazette" Illegal hunting of bison is constantly conducted in Belarus, often under the patronage of Lukashenko's administration. However, it is officially covered as shooting allegedly sick and old animals. Therefore, it is possible that the last case of murder of three healthy bison by Russian "tourist-hunter" will remain unpunished. Let's recall that a criminal investigation into the killing of three bison in Nalibokskaya Pushcha was opened in the Volozhin district. Two employees of the Volozhin forest enterprise were detained. It is supposed they helped "tourists" from Moscow in killing three bison, which they later were going to make stuffed animals. It is permitted to hunt selected animals in 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/a120211a.html
February 11, 2012| Moonshine from Belovezhskaya Pushcha
By Alexei Zimin, "Free Press" Belarusians can give odds to all fellow Slavs in the skill of moonshine brewing. Belarusian villagers never had much money, while now they earn from 500 to 1500 Russian Rubles (~$ 160 – 500) per month as the local equivalent. Home moonshine device in the private economy of Belarusians is as a common thing as a rake and a pitchfork. Cunning bootleggers escape the police actions in the woods. Foreigners even made a movie about the Belarus moonshine. A Catholic priest tried to struggle with alcoholism of villagers by calling on the help of higher powers. There are reserves in Belarus for the moonshine too. Two small shops on production of intoxicating gifts are working in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The excise tax on the legal moonshine is two times lower than on the vodka. 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/a120211.html
February 10, 2012| Sad song about bison
By Sergei Muravski, "Narodnaya Gazeta" (The People's Newspaper) newspaper It has long been recognized in Belarus that inbound tourism not only can but should be one of the largest sources of foreign currency earnings to the state budget in the near future . Throughout the work to develop tourism infrastructure, built hotels and tourist centers, improve recreational areas and establish order in national parks intensified its efforts. As the saying goes, all is for our dear guests! But why do some of these guests openly spit upon the laws and traditions of our 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/a120210.html
February 08, 2012| Road Service is still modest
"Sovetskaya Belorussia" (The Soviet Belorussia) newspaper If the country is situated at the crossing of European highways, it must have a good roadside service, as is consider the Brest Regional Executive Committee. The problem was clearly posed - all objects of the roadside service must be good in the next two years. Another road, which is now under focus of special attention, is going around Belovezhskaya Pushcha. This route should be attractive to tourists. 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/a120208a.html
February 08, 2012| First officials to be dismissed for bison
By Catherine Sinyuk, "TUT.BY" Last week were unusually bloody for Belarusian bison which are a symbol of our country listed in a Red Data Book. One dead bison and the second - seriously wounded and unable to climb out on a limb – were found in the Khoiniki district at the end of January. The harm caused by illegal hunting for bison was almost 30 million Rubles (~$ 3,600). Just a couple of days later, 3 more bison have been found decapitated - this time in the Volozhin district. TUT.BY tried to figure out who needs these victims and who are responsible for 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/a120208.html
February 01, 2012| What do Belarusian scientists explore?
By Olga Poklonskaya, "Observer" On the eve of the Day of Belarusian Science, we decided to find out what our scientists are now working. For example, a new museum complex has been created on the bases of new artifacts discovered by archaeologists, information gathered by historians and research made by ethnographers in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. Historians have learned more about who are the Belarussians. There are new data on the state and the spiritual culture of the 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/a120201a.html February 01, 2012| Flight over the three seas by ornithologist Nikolai Cherkas
By Lubov Pavlova, "Brestskiy Kurier" (The Brest Courier) newspaper After staying in India during two weeks, in Gujarat, as being at the Global Forum to monitor the migration of birds, our renowned scientist Nikolai Cherkas returned to Brest last Thursday. The newspaper published many times information about the fruitful work of the researcher of the National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha", who explored the grouse family of birds there. Indian route. Other people and other values. In harmony with nature. 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/a120201.html January 31, 2012| Belarusian nature is not enough advertising
"Arguments and Facts" The concept of promotion of the natural potential has been developed in Belarus. It will contribute to strengthen the internal and external credibility of Belarus and create a positive image of the country in the world. A survey has been conducted among the population – what the people associate with Belarusian nature. It was found that the Minsk dwellers think about lakes and animals. The residents of other cities named Belovezhskaya Pushcha, bison and white stork. The villagers came up forests, rivers and fields from the memory. The opinion of ecologists Alexander Vinchesvkiy and Alexander Sykalo. 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/a120131.html January 27, 2012| Tsumanskaya Pushcha needs to be saved
"Timber-Industrial Gazette" The photo exhibition "Two Danilov Forests: the Cooperation Path is open in the Volyn museum. The exhibition features photographs of the travelers across Tsumanskaya Pushcha and Belovezhskaya Pushcha Pushcha. They were founded by the king of Daniel - the legendary ruler of Galicia-Volyn Principality, and only later they became invaluable "green pearls" of Belarus, Poland and Ukraine. Tsumanskaya Pushcha has all chances to be similar 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/a120127.html January 26, 2012| Battle for Pushcha
By Leonid Dubanevich, "Belarusian Forest Newspaper", No 4 Today Belarusians have an unconditional national brand – Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The relic forest in the heart of Europe is known around the world. But very few know that our country could lose this treasure forever. It is about how Belovezhskaya Pushcha had been shared between Belarus and Ukraine and between the USSR and Poland. 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/a120126.html January 22, 2012| The owner of the Belarusian forests breeds in Lithuania too
By Vitovtas Zheymantas & Leonid Lohmanenko, "The Star Newspaper" 21 bison live today in Poshilyaysk bison nursery which is located in the Ponevezhsk district. The youngest is only at the age of month. In 1973 the first five bison were released from the nursery to Poshilyaysk forest. That was the point to begin the life of free-living herds of bison in Lithuania. They also began to multiply in this forest. Over forty years of the existence of Poshilyaysk bison nursery, nearly 140 bison were born, while 80 animals live in the wild. Descendants of bison from Belovezhskaya Pushcha are in good health. There is the problem of hunting and conservation of the bison gene pool. 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/a120122.html January 20, 2012| Little-known facts about the life of Ivan Shishkin
By Tatiana Gimatdinova, "The New Week. Results", No 2 A very significant date, the 180th anniversary of the birth of our countrymen and the native of Yelabuga - Ivan Shishkin, has come somehow unfairly quietly in January of 2012. He was a truly great painter whose masterpieces adorn the State Tretyakov Gallery and many other Russian and international museums. He is very known but how much, in fact, do we know about him? Becoming a respectable artist, he visited Belarus and painted 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/a120120a.html January 20, 2012| Stanislav Shushkevich: Outline of the First. (Belovezhskaya Consensus and Belarus)
By Stanislav Shushkevich, "The People's Will" About Me - chronology and statistics. In early December 1991, seeing the failure of attempts to revive the Soviet Union and give it a "human face", I have invited leaders of the RSFSR, USSR and BSSR to Belovezhskaya Pushcha, together with the heads and competent government experts. In Belovezhskaya Pushcha, it was decided to officially recognize the reality what was taking place. It was to recognize that the Soviet Union as a geopolitical reality and the subject of international law does not function as a normal state, in other words it will cease to exist. Subsequently, it was repeatedly emphasized and is now generally accepted that the document prevented the power method of the withdrawal of the newly independent states from the treaty of the Soviet Union was exactly developed, agreed and signed there, in Belovezhskaya Pushcha. It prevented a bloody version of the inevitable separation of the country's independent states such as in Yugoslavia. Belarus, Belarusians and the elite. 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/a120120.html January 19, 2012| Bison to be back to the Caucasus
By Taras Sipko, Sergey Trepet & Ivan Mizin, "Wild Nature" Discovering the bison in the Caucasus and their extirpation. Rescue and return of the bison in the Caucasus. Contemporary challenges to the Caucasian bison. The history of extinction and restoration of bison in Belovezhskaya Pushcha is referred to. 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/a120119a.html January 19, 2012| Polish experience of nature protection
By Alexei Burkovsky, "Faces" Environmental problems of Poland are largely consonant with the Ukrainian ones. However, its membership in the EU leaves a significant mark in their approach to the solution, and to the philosophy of conservation. We talk on this subject with the Polish ecologist Krzysztof Voicehowski. We conduct a number of campaigns for the protection of wildlife habitats in Poland, for example, in the Bialowieza Forest, Carpathian Mountains, and Raspuda river valley. Sometimes we have to do drastic actions. For example, foreign hunters came to hunt in the Bialowieza Forest on the very borders 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/a120119.html January 07, 2012| Researches in the National Park
By George Parafenyuk, "Naviny Kamyanechchyny" (The Kamenetz’s News) Newspaper Interview with Deputy Director General on Science of National Park "Belovezhskaya Pushcha" Vasiliy Arnolbik. 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/a120107.html