RESOURCES OF ANSERIFORMES OF SOUTHERN BARABA AND NORTHERN KULUNDA DURING THE SUMMER PERIOD AND THEIR CONSERVATION

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In true article results of researches of number and placing of Anseriformes in southern Baraba and northern Kulunda are resulted: the structure of the population and connection of population density with morfo-ecological parametres of reservoirs in early-summer and late-summer the periods is characterised. Short recommendations about conservation of resources of Anseriformes are resulted.


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Andrey V Bazdyrev

Interregional NGO “Conservation Centre

Author for correspondence.
Email: oxyura@mail.ru
Lenin Avenue 36, Tomsk, Russia, 634050

Deputy Director of the Interregional NGO “Conservation Centre”

Evgeniy B Murzakhanov

Interregional NGO “Conservation Centre

Email: bagirov2003@mail.ru
Lenin Avenue 36, Tomsk, Russia, 634050

biologist of the Interregional NGO “Conservation Centre Swift”

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