How to get there: From the city of Komsomolsk-on-Amur bus №220.
From Khabarovsk trains №667 (sending 21-50 seater. Sp.) Or № 351 to the station " soapy "
or bus №300 (departures from the bus station in the 9-30, 13-30, 15-50, 18-40, 20-45 seater. BP) to the city of Amursk (bus station), then bus to stop №4 " & quot Embankment first builders. Get off the bus. Go straight along the bus on the street. Amur home №14
The excursion «Avian crossroads» zoological, with specialization «Ornithology». Season: April 20 to May 15, in the autumn from September 15 to October 20. Water - from a. Dzhuen to the stopping point on the duct Ersuyn calling at Yadasen, pedestrian - from the stopping point up to the observation deck on the lake Kiltasin. Length of visit - 1 day. Group size - from one to ten. Estimated time of route 6-8 hours. The excursion «Avian crossroads» passes through the national settlement Dzhuen standing on the shore of Lake Bolon, unique places of nature, history and culture of the Far East.
The village Dzhuen can visit ethnographic complex settlement Nanai late XIX beginning of the XX century, including: winter home, barn, hang to see everyday objects, cult, hunting and fishing implements Nanai, as well as buy souvenirs.
In the center of Lake Bolon, on the island of volcanic origin, Yadasen, provided Stop, where visitors will be introduced to Nanai legend of this amazing place.
At the stopping points on the duct Ersuyn can receive the necessary information about the reserve, familiarize yourself with the list of species of avifauna, rules of conduct and safety on the route.
From the observation deck on the lake can be seen Kiltasin congregations of waterfowl and birds near-water complex during flight.
The excursion «Avian crossroads» to introduce visitors to the unique nature of the Middle Amur lowlands, with its inhabitants, avifauna wetland.
Tourists arriving in the spring should be vaccinated against tick-borne encephalitis and should be provided protivoentsifalitnymi costumes.
State Natural Reserve «Bolonsky» occupies part of the Middle Amur lowlands adjacent to the south-west side of the lake Bolon.
The Territory was open landscapes with abundant spring moisture.
The main habitats are presented sedge-reed and sedge-forb meadows.
The second largest group are the numerous habitats burner, consisting mainly of larch, birch, aspen and oak.
Adjacent to the burner and water bodies represent different landscapes shrub associations.
Biodiversity similar landscape is extremely rich.
Through the territory of the reserve in the Amur region lie the most important migration routes of birds and mammals.
The key role of wetlands reserve to ensure the survival and reproduction of wading bird species, including endangered and vulnerable, such as the Far East stork, Japanese crane, white-tailed eagle repeatedly noted by researchers.
Region has an important role to maintain a stable population of Amur moose.
The history of the Bologna Reserve did not start with a clean slate.
Specially Protected Natural Areas (SPAs) existed on the territory described, starting from October 14, 1976, when the decision of the Khabarovsk Krai Executive Committee number 596 was established seasonal reserve of local importance «Selgon».
It included the territory of the middle reaches of the river to its mouth Selgon and shallow lakes and Kiltasin album.
The total area of ??the reserve amounted to 48 thousand hectares.
Further development of protected areas in the region of Lake Bolon received August 16, 1984, when the decision of the Khabarovsk Krai Executive Committee number 450 on the area 186,000 hectares was created by the state comprehensive hunting reserve of regional value «Simminsky», which included also the territory of the reserve local «Selgon».
The purpose of the reserve «Simminsky» was declared the protection of waterbirds and their habitats in the Lake Bolon.
In addition, the reserve has become to serve the protection of migratory birds and ungulates.
In 1992, the Khabarovsk regional committee of the Environment and Natural Resources, with the participation of academic, public and other stakeholders, has been developed «Development Scheme PA territory for the period up to 2005».
In this scheme, as one of the priority measures include the organization of GPP «Bolonsky».
In 1994 the Russian Federation ratified the Ramsar Convention (1971). And RF Government Decree of 13 September 1994 №1050 in the list of territories of the Russian Federation of International Importance especially as habitats of waterbirds, was made Lake Bolon and adjacent to the his territory between the rivers Kharpi, Selgon, Simmy (up to the confluence of the rivers Vahtar), shallow lakes album, Kiltasin.
By the Head of the regional administration VI Ishayev on March 18, 1996 №154-p was decided to set up on the basis of a comprehensive reserve «Simminsky» State Natural Reserve «Bolonsky», and the regional committee of the Environment was instructed to proceed with the design and survey work on the organization of a new reserve.
A significant contribution in this direction have: WWF US (financial support), Kulikov AI (Khabarovsk Wildlife Foundation), Boltrushko VM, Kochkurov GA, Bajkov IM By March 1997 Design and development work was completed, obtained all necessary approvals and was taken Resolution of the Head of the Administration of the Khabarovsk Territory «on State Natural Reserve «Bolonsky» in the Amur and Nanai Khabarovsk region», which formed the basis of the Resolution of RF Government of 18.11.1997. №1444 «On the Establishment in the Khabarovsk Territory State Natural Reserve «Bolonsky» State Committee of the Russian Federation for Environmental Protection».