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Our vision is based on understanding that only through communication, cooperation and knowledge sharing we can achieve the sustainable future that we want, the future where the principles of sustainability: economic, social and environmental integrity – provide the basis for decision-making and good governance.
The mission of Holarctic Bridge is to link the existing gaps in knowledge and approaches in the conservation of wildlife and biodiversity of natural ecosystems between different countries through cooperation and consultation services in the area of environmental safeguarding, conservation science and sustainability, sharing knowledge and raising awareness.
Книга на Русском – “Птицы Вокруг Нас” – Часть 2 – Печатная Версия – Предзаказ
Книги на Русском – “Птицы Вокруг Нас” – в 2ух Частях – Печатная Версия
Mushrooms: Dumoine River area, September 2020
Книга на Русском – “Птицы Вокруг Нас” – Часть 1 – Печатная Версия
Mountains of Central Asia in photos of Sergei Toropov
Vladimir Morozov collection: My Ontario
Ecuador or the Republic of Ecuador is one of the richest biodiversity countries, with an estimated highest level of biodiversity in the world per square kilometer, and also one of the countries with the highest rates of endemism in the world. Amazonia in Ecuador stretches from the eastern slopes of the Andes to the lowland tropical forests of the Amazon Basin.
It is well known that the development of linear infrastructure has many adverse impacts on animals. For the first time, we found the problem of mass death of reptiles and other vertebrates in permanent deep trenches used for fencing agricultural land in the southeast of the Turkestan region of Kazakhstan.
At the end of April – May, the migration of small songbirds, which described as “American Warblers”, begins in Ontario. Taxonomists distinguish warblers of the Old and New World, placing American species in the family Parulidae. New World wood-warblers are small passerines that are also mostly insectivorous. During migration and at breeding sites, they vigorously examine trees and shrubs, skillfully extracting insects and arachnids from foliage and inflorescences, from the bark of trees and shrubs, and from other hidden places.