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2017 year in Russia is declared the Year of Ecology. The purpose of this decision is to draw attention to the problematic issues that exist in the environmental sphere and improve the state of the country's environmental security. 2017 is the year of the 100th anniversary of the creation of the first state reserve.

The special callsign R110A (V.V. Alekhin
(1882–1946visited the future reserve in 1907 - 110 years ago) will sound in the air from June 1 to August 31 2017. Radio amateurs of Kursk and the region devote to this event a diploma "Streletskaya Steppe".


Central Black Earth State Nature Biosphere Reserve named after
 Professor Alekhin - this is the long name of one of the smallest reserves in Russia, which does not detract from its merits:
- the reserve has been included in the international network of UNESCO biosphere reserves since 1979;
- since 1998 he is the holder of the Diploma of the Council of Europe;
- in 2012 the reserve entered the Emerald Network Europe (Emerald Network Europe).
Streletskaya Steppe is a real symbol of the Kursk region.

http://zapoved-kursk.ru           http://kulturarajona.ru/kulturnoe-nasledie/135-streletskaya-step-kurskoj-oblasti

At the present time, the Central Chernozem Reserve includes 6 remote areas 120 km apart:
Streletsky (Kursk district, RDA KU-18),
Kazatsky (Cossack) (Medvensky district, RDA KU-22),
Bukreevskie Barmy (Manturovsky district, RDA KU-21),
Barkalovka (Gorshechensky district, RDA KU-11),
Zorinsky (Oboyansky, RDA KU-23 and Pristenskiy Districts, RDA KU-26) and The floodplain of the river Psel (Oboyansky district, RDA KU-23).

According to the list of Russian reserves and national parks of the Club of Radio Amateurs-Travelers "Russian Robinson Club" RRC, the Central Black Earth Reserve is designated as RFF-097 (R3W, Z).

A total area of ​​5287.4 hectares in the territory of the Kursk region of the Russian Federation.
Streletsky site - the largest (2,046 hectares). It is located 10 km south of the city of Kursk and stretches a narrow ribbon (1.5...2.5 km) from the southwest to the northeast by almost 8 km, having in its western part 3 small forest tracts: Dubroshina, Solov'yatnik and Dedov Merry, and in the eastern part - Petrin forest (the largest forest tract - about 500 hectares).

All 6 sections of the Central Chernozem Reserve are located within the middle belt of the forest-steppe, where natural natural (indigenous) communities in the conditions of flat watersheds are meadow steppes and broad-leaved forests predominantly of oak tree. A significantly smaller area on certain forms of relief is occupied by other types of plant communities (real and steppe meadows, petrophytic steppes, wetland vegetation, thickets of shrubs, small-leaved forests, etc.).
The fauna of Streletskaya Steppe includes 40 species of mammals (18 rodents, 10 predators, 5 insectivores, 3 ungulates, 2 bats, 1 species of lagiformes), about 150 bird species, 8 amphibian species, and 6 reptiles.



1-Sep-2017 - All QSO: 16139, Calls: 7875, DXCC: 146, 550 Awards. TNX QSO! 44 73!

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