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Watch and read the publications, brochures, posters, leaflets and videos of Wetlands International Africa.
This book contains basic information on the 35 wetland sites designated by the Government of the Russian Federation for the List of Wetlands of International Importance under the Convention on Wetlands (Ramsar, Iran, 1971).
The book addresses the issues of transboundary wetland conservation and migrating water bird studies in the Desna River floodplains. The book contains the description of physical features of the border areas between the Bryansk (Russia) and the Sumy and Chernigiv (Ukraine) Regions; major wetland types, rare and endangered species occurred in this transboundary region; and existing and proposed protected nature areas. Information on the most important wetland sites is presented in the Ramsar Convention format. Results of waterbird counting activities carried out in 2004 and 2010 are discussed in four articles.
This CD-ROM represents the results of activities carried out under the Wetlands International’s Project on Development of a programme for transboundary wetland conservation along the border of the Russian Federation with Belarus and Ukraine and contains an overview of the current status of wetlands located in the border areas of the Pskov, Smolensk, and Bryansk Regions of Russia, the Vitebsk, Mogilev, and Gomel Regions of Belarus, and the Chernigov and Sumy Regions of Ukraine, as well as a draft programme for the conservation of wetlands in this transboundary region.
Иллюстрированный буклет содержит описание нового туристического маршрута, который пройдет по территории российского национального парка «Себежский» и белорусского заказника «Освейский», связанных единой озерной системой. This illustrated booklet provides description of a new ecological route created in the Sebezhsky National Park of Russia and the Osveysky Nature Reserve of Belarus sharing a single lake system.