The state of populations of one or another species of animals and birds depends, as a rule, on a whole complex of factors, which, dynamically changing, can in a relatively short time affect the numbers of these species. So, let’s say, straightening a section of a river bed and the subsequent drying up of a floodplain can literally in one or two years lead to the disappearance of a number of animals and plants from a given area. On the other hand, after the restoration of the hydrological regime of any previously drained territory, there will be a gradual resumption of previously extinct animal and plant communities. Unfortunately, such a recovery is much slower than their disappearance. Continue reading
The wide area of distribution, the richest natural reserves and good commodity qualities have made the white partridge one of the most popular hunting birds of our country. In addition, it is interesting by a number of biological features that distinguish it from other birds.
The white partridge belongs to the order of chickens, the grouse family, and together with the tundra partridge and the white-tailed partridge living in North America, forms a genus of white partridges, which is different from other grouse densely, to claws with feathered legs and feathered nostrils. Continue reading
Spaniel works as a shuttle, evenly searching the clearing, then to the right, then to your left. But then the dog stopped, the tail started to work with a propeller, and then the dog began the liner with the head up.
So it is – for sure the brood of black grouses is ahead!
You are not lagging behind the dog, but she starts to “spark”, as spanielist (do “candles”) say, that is, to jump high with your head up, grabbing the exciting black smell. Continue reading