Decree Of the Governor of the Omsk region” on determining the types of permitted hunting and parameters of hunting on the territory of the Omsk region ” dated 31.07.2015 No. 134
Decree Of the Governor of the Omsk region” on determining the types of permitted hunting and parameters of hunting on the territory of the Omsk region ” dated 31.07.2015 No. 134 (hereinafter – the Decree), which regulates hunting in the region, includes types of hunting and terms of production of hunting resources. It is assumed that the Decree will be valid indefinitely: until the necessary amendments are made, depending on the dynamics of changes in the number of hunting resources, natural-climatic and other factors. In addition, the document defines a list of hunting grounds on the territory of the Omsk region, where hunting for certain species is allowed. Continue reading
With the spring flight, everything is more or less clear: the goose flies a wide front, sits down on prisadah, feeds in the fields. In autumn, the intensity of goose flight through the Central part of Russia is many times less. Most hunters don’t even see these birds. What is it? The fact is that geese change their migration paths in the autumn.
Routes of flights of geese
There are two main directions-along the coast of the Northern seas, across the Karelian isthmus and along the Baltic sea to Europe. And the second — along the Urals to Orenburg, Kazakhstan, Kalmykia, Dagestan, Stavropol. Accordingly, the further away from these routes, the fewer birds can be found. Continue reading
“…residents of the region in the event of bears appearing in dangerous proximity can immediately contact the state Inspectorate to send inspectors to the scene. It is their responsibility to determine the degree of danger of the predator, and if necessary, their duty to “settle” the situation with a well-aimed shot.»
(from the official’s speech)
The brown bear is the largest predator that lives in the Ural taiga. Its weight can exceed 600 kg. Powerful forelimbs, equipped with long claws, have a great destructive force-a blow of the paw of the bear is able to break the spine, tear out the ribs or break the bones of the skull of the moose. A bear can bite through the barrels of a smoothbore gun with its teeth. Continue reading