Rare birds listed in the Red book of Moscow, have started to hatch offspring in the capital’s parks.
according to the official website of the mayor of Moscow, contributed to this early spring and the absence of people in the green areas of the city. Birds ceased to hide and build nests where they can be seen. For example, after the abolition of the regime of self-isolation Muscovites will be able to enjoy Hobbies – very rare birds of prey, which are in the capital, no more than 15 pairs. Can be seen and a Kestrel, also considered a rather rare species of birds in Moscow. Both birds chose to nest VDNKH, Sokolniki Park and Botanical gardens.