24 janvier 2012
Un suivi scientifique est à l'oeuvre pour les bisons de la région de Bryansk, sur les terres qui furent aussi celles des aurochs, tigres
et léopards à l'époque médiévale (source : WWF Russia, ce jour).
Scientists will know where to go to Bison
January 23 reserve staff "Bryansk Forest" secured by two female bison - and Muzavru Feyshu - satellite collars to track the movements of
Satellite tracking system for bison will allow specialists to obtain new information about their lifestyle.
"Thanks to the tracking of animal movement, we understand what territory has mastered the newly established
population, and that needs to be done. "Bryansk Forest" with individuals
of "Orlovsky Polesie"? Because if between them there is genetic exchange, it significantly increases the stability of the Bryansk population. If not - most likely will need to bring new bison from the nursery, "- says Olga Pereladova, Ph.D., project coordinator for the Conservation of
European bison in the WWF Russia.
The grouping of bison in the reserve "Bryansk Forest" and some other specially protected areas of Bryansk, Kaluga and Orel regions created in the years 1996-2009 the efforts of the Territories themselves, the regional
authorities and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). By 2009, experts have managed to create in central Russia, a relatively
stable population of the oldest bull.