Its site www.kandalaksha-reserve.org seems to have fallen into neglect. Below are bits related to the nature reserve but I cannot put together a systematic presentation. Look for an old copy of the Russian site here >>. E-mails intended for the reserve can be sent to its official address email@example.com although I will not rate the probability of a meaningful response as “significant”.
This small museum was established in 1957. Since then it was visited by over 200 th.
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To read “Eider Farming Attempts in the USSR and Why These Failed” proceed here.
Today we went to the “Nature Reserve Format” film festival in Kandalaksha. The best film shown, in the opinion of many, was “A Lake in the Sea”.
Just noticed that it is available on the Youtube with English subtitles, and am thus sharing it with you..
Dalniye Zelentsy is a village on the Barents Sea coast, 170km east from Murmansk.
From 1935 to the beginning of the 1990s the Murmansk Biological Station (from 1958 the Biological Station of the Murmansk Sea Biology Institute) was active there. The purmanent population of the village was about 600, which included both scientists and technical personnel from among the locals. Presently the biological station is abandoned, and about 10 permanently live there. Some biologists visit the station in the summer. more >>
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It is a reserve set up recently, at the end of the 90s, where Russia, Finland, and Norway meet. Found by Alexandra. Enjoy..
At 4pm the Local History Section of the Kandalaksha Public Library (ul. Pervomayskaya 51, tel. 8 (815-33) 9-21-92) presents Vitaly Bianki, Ph.D., a senior scientist at the Kandalaksha Nature Reserve, a Honorary Ecologist of the Russian Federation, and a Honorary Citizen of Kandalaksha.
The meeting is held in honor of the 90th birthday of Vitaly Bianki and 60 years of his working at the Kandalaksha Nature Reserve.
On head notice a Russian-to-English interpreter will be available at low or no fee.
..by nine teenagers returning to St. Petersburg from the Marine Biology expedition to the Kandalaksha Nature Reserve base in Luvenga. Girls slept on fold-out couches, two per each, and boys on the floor. Arrived at 9pm, left for St. Petersburg at 8am, with no complaints about discomfort from either guests or us the hosts.
You too are welcomed to accommodate yourself here at 1000 roubles ($15 at the current exchange rate) per person per night, which I believe is the lowest rate in town. Normal guest capacity is 2 persons though. More about accommodation in our Kandalaksha apartment >>
To be held at the Niva Cultural Center/Movie Theatre. A film, a discussion, and associated activities to start at 1pm daily.