Portal to the Lesser White-fronted Goose

- by the Fennoscandian Lesser White-fronted Goose project

Literature type: Scientific

Journal: Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University

Volume: 2020(1) , Pages: 98–103.

DOI: 10.36906/2311-4444/20-1/15

Language: Russian (In Russian with English summary)

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Full reference: Emtsev, A. A. & Porgunyov, A. V. 2020. Additional information about the lesser white-fronted goose migration stops in the Surgut district of the Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug — Ugra and the problem of species conservation. Bulletin of Nizhnevartovsk State University 2020(1): 98–103. https://www.dx.doi.org/10.36906/2311-4444/20-1/15

Keywords: migration, hunting, conservation, central part of Western Siberia

Abstract:

The analysis of the photographs sent by the hunters from Sytomino village, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra, together with the further survey detected the place of migration stops of Lesser White-fronted Geese in the Middle Ob valley. The birds were staying at the small lake 3.5 km east of the village. On September 12, 2011, one wounded individual was found near the lake at the complex raised bog 9.5 km southwest of the city of Lyantor. Several ways can be suggested by us to save flying Lesser Whitefronted Geese and other species of vulnerable animals at the territory of the autonomous okrug. This will include the following measures to take: an obligatory exam for hunters to be able to identify some species of the regional fauna; large penalties for illegal hunting, more active propaganda of respect for nature and educational work and developing hunting culture. The article also covers economic and organizational issues.

Literature type: General

Language: English

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Full reference: Degtyaryev, V.G., Egorov, N.N., Ochlopkov, I.I., Oleinikov, O.B. & Tomshin, M.D. 2013. Lesser White-fronted Goose in the Lena and Olenek Rivers catchment, Siberia. Pp. 60-61 in Young, G, M Williams, B Hughes & C Hall (eds). 2013. TWSG News, Bulletin of the IUCN-SSC/Wetlands International Threatened Waterfowl Specialist Group, No. 16. Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge, UK.

Keywords: breeding, distribution, numbers, Siberia, status, Russia

Literature type: Rep.article

Language: English

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Full reference: Markkola, J. & Arkiomaa, A. 1997. Tagging efforts in Siberia: Taimyr, summer 1997. , In: Tolvanen, P., Ruokolainen, K., Markkola, J. & Karvonen, R. (eds). Finnish Lesser White-fronted Goose conservation project. Annual report 1997. WWF Finland Report No 9: pp. 27-29.

Keywords: satellite, tracking, telemetry, catching, Russia

Literature type: Rep.article

Language: English

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Full reference: Karvonen, R. & Alhainen, J. 1997. Tagging efforts in Siberia: Yamal, summer 1997. , In: Tolvanen, P., Ruokolainen, K., Markkola, J. & Karvonen, R. (eds). Finnish Lesser White-fronted Goose conservation project. Annual report 1997. WWF Finland Report No 9: pp. 24-26.

Keywords: satellite, tracking, telemetry, catching, Russia

Literature type: Rep.article

Language: German

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Full reference: Nowak, E. 1995. Jagdaktivitäten in der Vergangenheit und heute als Einflußfaktor auf Gänsepopulationen und andere Vögel Nordsibiriens. [Hunting activities in the past and present as an influencing factor on populations of geese and other birds of northern Siberia.] , Pp. 143-159 in: Prokosch, P. & Hötker, H. (eds) 1995. Faunistik und Naturschutz auf Taimyr - Expeditionen 1989-1991. Corax 16, Sonderheft. Sonderheft der Schriftenreihe Nationalpark Schleswig-Holsteinisches Wattenmer.

Keywords: hunting, Siberia

Literature type: Book

Language: English

Full reference: Rogacheva, H. 1992. The birds of Central Siberia. , Husum Druck-u. Verlagsges., Husum.

Keywords: status, distribution, Russia

Literature type: Scientific

Journal: Wildfowl

Volume: 19 , Pages: 5-24.

Language: English

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Full reference: Salomonsen F. 1968. The moult migration. Wildfowl 19: 5-24.

Keywords: Scandinavia, Siberia

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