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In October, the inspectors of the "Land of the Leopard" reserve made more than 100 administrative protocols

Since the beginning of October, inspectors of the Land of the Leopard Reserve in the Primorsky Territory have drawn up more than 100 administrative protocols, which is significantly higher than the monthly average. This was reported by the press service of the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources.

"The increase in the number of violations is due to the fact that salmon spawning has started in Primorye since October. Several spawning rivers pass through the reserve and the national park, which annually attracts dozens of poachers, "the ministry said. Security measures on the territory of the reserve and national park are held around the clock and will continue until the end of spawning of fish, emphasize the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia.

In particular, recently during the raid night inspection in a specially protected natural area, the security inspectors of FGBU "Land of the Leopard" together with the police detained persons illegally engaged in fishing from the rivers Narva and Barabashevka. The total number of illegally harvested fish (salmon) was more than 300 kg. Over 6 hours of night raid composed more than 10 protocols. The materials were transferred to law enforcement agencies. On the facts of poaching, criminal cases have been opened, an investigation is underway.

FGBU "Land of the Leopard" is a unified directorate of the state natural reserve "Kedrovaya pad" and the national park "Land of the Leopard".

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