A new list of endangered animals adopted in Russia

Ministry of Russia for the first time listed in the Red book of the Russian Federation of 29 new species of birds and 14 mammals. Included and the whale, and orca.

the Work was carried out for a long period. The previous version of the red book of the Russian Federation dated 1997, while the update of the lists should be carried out every 10 years. Informed and the list of animals which were supposed to be recorded in the Red book of the Russian Federation, and the process of preparation of the new edition caused a lot of controversy.

Photo: Mospeada In the capital ahead of time blossomed red lungwort obscure

In this work, only the most numerous taxa – mammals and birds – listed 43 new object.

Among the 14 mammals, which first came to the Red book of the Russian Federation, carnivorous animal, antelope, marmot, spotted ground squirrel, Fox, striped hyena, Caspian seal, several populations of reindeer, kodarskiy a subspecies of bighorn sheep, and others. The saiga is also included in the list of priority fauna, conservation measures which are implemented in the framework of the Federal project for conservation of biodiversity national project “Ecology”.

for the First time listed in the Red book of the country’s 29 species of birds, among which the black-throated diver, little spoonbill, Greylag goose, bean goose, whale, spectacled eider, Siberian Gaga, the red Goshawk, greater spotted eagle, great white partridge, black-bellied grouse, Icelandic Sandpiper, lesser black-tailed Godwit and others.

Species (subspecies, populations) of birds and mammals for the first time listed in the Red book of the Russian Federation:

the Class Birds – Aves

1. Black-throated diver – Gavia arctica (the population of the southern Far East (Amur and Sakhalin region, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Krai)

2. Slavonian grebe – Podiceps auritus

3. Small spoonbill – Platalea minor

4. Grey goose – Anser anser (Republic of Buryatia, Republic of Komi, Republic of Crimea, Republic of Mordovia, Republic of Tatarstan, the Republic of Khakassia, Chuvash Republic, Zabaykalsky Krai, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Primorsky Krai, Khabarovsk Krai, Amur oblast, Belgorod oblast, Bryansk oblast, Vladimir oblast, Vologda oblast, Voronezh oblast, Ivanovo oblast, Irkutsk oblast, Kaluga oblast, Leningrad oblast, Moscow oblast, Murmansk oblast, Nizhny Novgorod oblast, Novgorod oblast, Penza oblast, Tomsk oblast, Jewish Autonomous oblast, Nenets Autonomous Okrug)

Photo: vk.com/grib_spb In the North of Petersburg has grown rare red mushroom sarcosoma

5. Bean goose – Anser fabalis – West forest bean goose – Anser fabalis fabalis (Republic of Altay, Arkhangelsk oblast, Kemerovo oblast, Novosibirsk oblast, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district), the Siberian taiga bean goose – Anser fabalis middendorffii (Republic of Altai, Republic of Buryatia, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Tuva, Khakassia, Zabaykalsky Krai, Kamchatka Krai, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Irkutsk oblast, Kemerovo oblast, Magadan oblast, Novosibirsk oblast, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug)

6. Killer – Anas falcata (with the exception of Primorsky Krai)

7. Spectacled eider – Somateria fischeri

8. Siberian eider – Polysticta stelleri

9. Kamchatka Goshawk – Accipiter gentilis albidus

10. Greater spotted eagle – Aquila clanga (view as a whole; previously, there were only 2 populations)

11. The red-footed Falcon – Falco vespertinus

12. A large white grouse – Lagopus lagopus major

13. Black-bellied grouse – Tetrao urogallus major

14. Sea Plover – Charadrius alexandrinus

15. Crunchan – Eudromias morinellus

16. Krasnoshlyk – Calidris ferruginea (population of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and Chukotka Autonomous Okrug)

17. Large Sandpiper – Calidris tenuirostris

18. Icelandic Sandpiper – Calidris canutus – Novosibirsk p/species – C. c. piersmai – Chukotka p/species – C. c. rogersi

19. Eurasian Curlew – Numenius arquata the New version: – nominative, p/view – N. a. arquata (population of Kaliningrad region, Central, southern, North Caucasian and Volga Federal districts, with the exception of the Kirov region and the Perm region) – steppe Eurasian Curlew N. a. suschkini

Photo: Press-service of the Committee for nature use of St. Petersburg In St. Petersburg rescued a red-listed bird, the victim in the attack cats

20. Steppe Whimbrel – Numenius phaeopus alboaxillaris

21. Small black-tailed Godwit – Limosa lapponica – East Siberian small black-tailed Godwit – Limosa lapponica menzbieri – Anadyr small black-tailed Godwit – Limosa lapponica anadyrensis

22. Lesser black-backed gull – Larus fuscus

23. North Atlantic common Guillemot – Uria aalge hyperborea (Baltic population)

24. Baltic Guillemot – Cepphus grylle grylle

25. Turtle dove – Streptopelia turtur

26. Roller – Coracias garrulus

27. Small black-headed Grosbeak – Eophona migratoria

28. Dubrovnik – Emberiza aureola 29. Oatmeal-Remez Emberiza rustica

the Class of Mammals – Mammalia

1. Eastern long – Miniopterus fuliginosus Common oceanic whitetip divided into two types: ordinary long-winged and long-winged East.

2. European shirokolushka – Barbastella barbastellus

3.Marmot, Marmota camtschatica – Kamchatsky p/species – M. c. camtschatica (Chukchi population).

4. Speckled ground squirrel – Spermophilus suslicus

5. Indian porcupine – Hystrix indica

6. Arctic Fox – Alopex lagopus – Bering p/species – A. l. beringensis

7. Striped hyena – hyaena NUEPA

8. Caspian seal – Phoca caspica

9. Monk seal – Monachus monachus

10. Reindeer – Rangifer tarandus – European p/type – R. t. tarandus (Northern, Western, Eastern Murmansk, Karelia, Komi, Arkhangelsk, Vyatka-Kama population) – Siberian forest-s/type – R. t. valentinae (Altai-Sayan and Angara population with the exception of the Republic of Tyva) – Okhotsk s/type – R. t. phylarchus (Kamchatka populations)

11. Saiga – Saiga tatarica

12. Siberian ibex – Capra sibirica (East-Sayan population with the exception of the Republic of Tyva)

13. Bighorn sheep – Ovis nivicola – kodarskiy p/view – O. n. kodarensis

14. Orca – Orcinus orca (far Eastern carnivore population)