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Kronotsky reserve opened for visiting in Kamchatka
In Kamchatka, the Kronotsky Reserve can again receive guests. Throughout the territory, the fire hazard class decreased after the past rains. The protected area is so far open only to residents of the peninsula, guests from other regions can begin to receive from July 15.
According to the press service of the reserve, the most vulnerable areas are the Lazovsky cluster with unique Shchapinsky spruce forests and larch forests in the basin of Lake Kronotsky. Also, fire can cause irreparable damage to the Kronotsk-Bogachevsky tundra, where the Red Book wild reindeer live.
Kronotsky Nature Reserve had to be closed for visits in mid-June due to the heat and lack of rain. In June, in the Kamchatka Territory, in several municipalities, a emergency mode due to forest fires. In total, 36 fires were operating in the region over an area of more than 53,6 thousand hectares.