Comparative ecological analysis of the avifauna of the city parks of Minsk

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The paper presents data on the environmental features of the avifauna of the parks in Minsk. Ecological groups and ecological status of birds are revealed. The greatest variety is characterized by a group of Passerine. The dominant species are forest birds. It is established that the majority of birds are nesting settled. The most favorable place for birds is the territory of the Drozdy Park.

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Elena Konstantinovna Svistun

International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University

Author for correspondence.
23/1 Dolgobrodskaya St., Minsk, 220070, Republic of Belarus

master student (1st year) of the Faculty of International Sakharov Environmental Institute of Belarusian State University; biology teacher of the Minsk State Professional Technical College of Light Industry and Consumer Services.


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