Goszapovednik «Voroninsky» Located in the middle of the river Crow (right tributary Chopra) in the Kirsanov and Inzhavinsky region Tambov region.
The reserve covers an area of ??10,320 hectares and consists of 2 large and 10 small clusters:
The site №1 - Inzhavinsky forest - 3422.0 hectares;
Plot №2 - Kirsanovsky forest - 5329,8 hectares;
Plot №3 - tract «BIBKOM» -23 Hectares;
Plot №4 - tract «Barbara» - 55 hectares;
Plot №5 - tract «Zemlyanov» - 209 hectares;
Plot №6 - tract «Subchaya» - 171ga;
Plot number 7 - tract «Olhovka» - 182 hectares;
Plot number 8 - the tract «Olkhovy bush» - 137 hectares;
Plot № 9-10 - tract «Birch bush» - 108 hectares;
Plot number 11 - tract «Bobrovo» - 656 hectares;
Plot number 12 - tract «Kipets» - 27.2 hectares.
The main area of ??the reserve & ldquo; Voroninsky & rdquo; located in the valleys of the Crow River Basin. The reserve includes a wide variety of water bodies. The largest river - Raven - right tributary Chopra (Don basin) begins in the Penza region. Within the reserve Crow takes the right and left tributaries Inokovka, Vyazhlya, Parevka (P?rnica) Bal?kl?, Rzhavka, Kara, Zanoga.
Inokovka - right tributary of the Ravens, begins at the village Kovylka at an altitude of 195 m, flows near the village Inokovka 1st.
Vyazhlya - a left tributary of the Ravens, begins at the village Glukhovka Umetskogo area at an altitude of 200 m, flows below the village Derbenyov. Tributaries - Vyazhel creek, river Kalynivka. Name emphasizes muddy swampy bottom.
Parevka (P?rnica) - right tributary of the Ravens. Begins north of the village Olkhovka, flows into the village of Crow Parevka.
Bal?kl? - a left tributary of the Ravens, begins at the village Kulevchi, falling near the village Bal?kl?. Name, in Turkic means & ldquo; Fish River Forest & rdquo ;.
Rzhavka - right tributary of the Ravens. Begins at the station. Earthy, flows near the village Inzhavino.
Karaj - a left tributary of the Ravens, begins in the Saratov region near the village Holudenovki. Tributaries Severka, Beryozovka, creek near the village Leontevka.
In addition, the Crow River floodplain contains a large number of oxbow lakes. The biggest: Ramza ), Lake Kipets , Lake Simerka.
Hill with three oak trees at the bottom - a symbol Inzhavino. Inzhavino first mentioned in the census of 1719-1722 years.
Simerka Lake is located near the village Yasachnaya Bal?kl?. Currently, a lake connected to the river Crow wide ducts. In the spring becomes instantaneous, spring waters on the channel come from the Ravens, and then Simerskie flood meadows and derive from them for a small, dry up in summer, the river twins. Name, according to legend, is derived from the nickname of the fisherman who lived with Yasachnaya Bal?kl? - his name «Simerok».
This lake is fluidly -ruslovoe consisting of a system of bays and channels: Mokhov corner Kipets, Butyrkin corner and Industrial. It is important to note that only one part of the lake - Industrial - refers to the territory Inzhavinsky region. Between 1850 - 1900 Parevka river formed by the dam in front of their confluence with the River Crow. On the right bank of the river Vyazhlya formed alluvial cone in his mouth. Formed by the dam raised the water level in the area and there was two lakes: Kipets and Ramza. In the 19th century on the other side of the lake was Tikhvin - The Virgin convent. Nuns engaged in fishing, hand-dug canals - the abyss - from the lake to another lake Kipets - Savage, located below Kipetsa (before 1900). With muddy bottom along the banks of these ponds have become overgrown with aquatic vegetation and to about 1950 took a modern look.
This is one of the largest lakes in the area. Its area is 168 hectares. Ramza is of great ecological value, ie. A. In spring and autumn becomes a temporary haven for hundreds of species of birds. In the shallow waters of the lake are home to over 20 species of fish, 2 of them (Sirt and common nase) are listed in the Red Data Book of the Tambov region. The depth at which begins layer of silt is 1.5 meters. This layer develops aquatic vegetation - Sparganium, reeds, water lilies, pondweed, Elodea and others. On the shore of the lake meets the natural seed regeneration alder. Ramza - name of Tatar origin, which translates as «pit». Ramza Lake is located in the floodplain of the Crow in the south Kirsanovsky District. Its length of 2,500 meters with an average depth of 1.5 meters, the maximum is 10 meters. The lake is flowing, coupled with the Crow rivers Serebryanka and Orlovka.
Unique willow grove near the village Semenovka
This grove of more than 150 years. The uniqueness of the grove that it is known in European countries. This was aided by one of the works of Mstislav Dobuzhinsky that during one of his visits to Semenovka displayed the grove on the canvas. Now this is a masterpiece in a museum in London. At the moment, from Grove was a small area. The reason for this is war, t. To. Felled trees to the front, as well as affected barbaric attitude to nature in the 90s of the 20th century.
St. Seraphim of Sarov spring
One of the attractions of the village Parevki is the large number of springs, beating out the steep slopes of the hill of the left bank of the river P?rnica, this street of the village and is called Klyuchёvka. And the whole mountain, also called Mount Klyuchevka. From it beat ravine springs there in the side of the Subchey, and they who have given rise to a short, narrow, but clean and fast P?rnica. From the mountains Klyuchevka that the Settlement, beat 12 springs and give rise to a small river P?rnica, once clean and fast. P?rnica River is a right tributary of the River Crow, the name comes from the fact that the long winter it does not freeze and water steaming. In the mid-20th century keys covered with earth, remained alone, beating fountain. Before he was so-voiced his early dawn could be heard for several miles. Now the springs again give life-giving water to each sufferer. Clean water has always been considered a saint. The purity of the water tested by settling. Also, the water for a long time in a room set if its palatability were the same as in the beginning, then it indicates the presence of silver oxide. The water, which is present in the composition of the silver oxide is considered healthful and clean. In 2010, one of the largest springs was consecrated and given the name Seraphim of Sarov was built font and resting place for pilgrims.
The village Mihinsky - Mstislav Dobuzhinsky Valerianovich
The life of the great artist of the first half of the 20th century is closely connected with the Tambov region, and above all to the village Semenovka our district, where as a young Mstislav visiting his mother. In 2005, it was noted Inzhavino 130 years since the birth Dobuzhinsky. In the Tambov Art Gallery kept the original painting Dobuzhinsky «Lions 1915». During the First World War was a war correspondent, not once went to the front. Roots Dobuzhinskiy paternal in Lithuania. In the public library of the city of Vilnius is a rich archive Dobuzhinsky - 6000 units. From the library, it was reported: that it holds several albums of his drawings, which he did when he was in Semyonovka. Currently, with copies of studies can be found in Dobuzhinskiy Inzhavinsky museum. That part Semyonovka, home to his mother and stepfather, called the settlement Mihinskim. Stepfather Dobuzhinskiy - Mihin - owned more than 60 dessiatins. At the entrance to homeownership were two tree- poplar, which has more than 100 years. Right, right under the Bald Mountain took tract Kirsanov - Borisoglebsk.
The highest (192 meters above sea level) location between the villages and Parevka Bobrovo - Barska mountain. So named because it is located was once the manor landowner Vinogradova. Barska mountain itself is not part of the reserve, and the view that opens from it - this is a unique opportunity to see almost all reserve with a bird's eye view. This view from the mountain is the hallmark of the reserve.
The reserve is a typical fauna of southern forest.
Animals listed in the Red Book of the Russian Federation
Emperor - Anax imperator Leach, 1815.
Mnemosyne - Parnassius mnemosyne (Linnaeus, 1758).
carpenter bee - Xylocopa valga (Linnaeus, 1758).
Shifting bumblebee - Bombus proteus Gerstaecker, 1869.
Ukrainian lamprey - Eudontomyzon mariae Berg, 1931.
Asp - Aspius aspius (Linnaes, 1758).
Volga nase - Chondrostoma variabile Jakowlew, 1870.
Bystrianka - Alburnoedes bipunktatus (Bloch, 1782).
vimba - Vilba vilba (Linnaeus, 1758).
Mnemosyne - Parnassius mnemosyne (Linnaeus, 1758).
Viper Nikolsky - Vipera nicolskii Vedmederja, Grubant et Rudaeva, 1984.
Ferruginous Duck (Duck) - Aythya nyroca G & uuml; ldenst & auml; dt, 1770.
Osprey - Pandion haliaetus (Linnaeus, 1758).
White-tailed Eagle - Haliaeetus albicilla (Linnaeus, 1758).
Short-toed Eagle - Circaetus gallicus (Gmelin, 1787).
stilts - Himantopus himantopus (Linnaeus, 1758).
Oystercatcher - Haematopus ostralegus Linnaeus, 1758.
Curlew - Numenius arquata (Linnaeus, 1758).
Owl - Bubo bubo (Linnaeus, 1758).
European average woodpecker - Dendrocopos medius (Linnaeus, 1758).
Grey Shrike - Lanius excubitor excubitor Linnaeus, 1758.
European Azure tit - Parus cyanus Pallas, 1770.
Russian Desman - Desmana moschata (Linnaeus, 1758).
Animals listed in the Red Data Book of the Tambov region, occurring in the territory of the reserve
Agriopa - Agriope bruennnichi (Scopoli, 1772). Rare species having a low number. Beautiful Demoiselle - Calopteryx virgo (Linnaeus, 1758). It occurs almost throughout. Dozorschik Emperor - Anax imperator Learch, 1815. Rare species for the area, but quite normal for the reserve. Green Rocker - Aeschna viridis Eversmann, 1836. It occurs frequently. Blue beam - Aeschna cyanea (Muller, 1764). Is common. Blue beam - Aeschna juncea (Linnaeus, 1758). Quite rare. Tied dragonfly - Sympetrum pedemontanum (Allioni, 1766). Rather rare. European Mantis - Mantis religiosa (Linnaeus). Rare species, vstrechaetsya in some areas. Mountain cicada - Cicadetta Montana (Scopoli, 1763). Rather rare. Cicindela campestris - Cicindela campestris Linnaeus, 1758. rather rare. Shifting beetle - Geotrupes mutator (Marsham, 1802). Rather rare. Spiked beetle - Geotrupes spiniger (Marsham). Rather rare. Swallowtail - Papilio machaon, 1758. Rare species. Podalirius - Iphiclides podalirius (Linnaeus, 1758). Rare species. Average Apollo - Parnassius Apollo (Linnaeus, 1758). Rare species. Mnemosyne - Parnassius mnemosyne (Linnaeus, 1758). Rare species. Polyxena - Zerynthia polyxena (Deis et Schiffermuller, 1775). Rare species. Russian kruzhevnik or Suvorovka - Melanagria russiae (Esper, 1783) or - Melanagria suvarovius (Herbst, 1786). Pretty rare species. Ryzheburovataya Sennitsa or Sennitsa INIF - Coenonympha amyntas (Poda, 1761) or Coenonympha iphis (Denis et Schiffermuler, 1775) or Coenonympha glicrion (Borkhausen, 1788). Very rare species. Beautiful Lycaenidae - Poluommatis bellagris (Rotenberg, 1775). Very rare species. Dlinnobahromchataya Lycaenidae - Polyommatis dorylas (Denis et Schiffermuller, 1775) or Lysandra argester (Bergstrasser, 1779) or Lysandra hylas (Esper, 1793). Very rare species. Arion - Maculinea arion (Linnaeus, 1758). Very rare species. Bee Carpenter - Xylocopa valga (Linnaeus, 1758) Rare species. Moss bumblebee - Bombus muscorum (Fabricius, 1775). Rather rare. Obykovenny bumblebee - Bombus proteus Gerstaecker, 1869. rare species. Small stone Bumblebee - Bombus derhamellus Kirby, 1802. Rare species. Ukrainian lamprey - Eudontomyzon mariae Berg, 1931. Rare species. Common nase - Chondrosnoma nasus (Linnaeus, 1758). Relatively rare species. Vimba - Vimba vimba (Linnaeus, 1758). Rare species. Crested newt - Triturus cristatus laurenti, 1768. Rare species having a low number and distribution of a limited area. Edible frog - Rana esculenta Linnaes, 1758. Rare species having a low number and distribution of a limited area. Anguis fragilis - Angius fragilis Linnaes, 1758. Not numerous species, distributed in a limited area. Lizard - Zootoca vivipara (Jacguin, 1787). A few species, distributed in a limited area. Viper Nikolsky - Vipera nicolskii Vedmederja, Grubant et Rudaeva, 1984. Rare species. Red-necked Grebe 35 - Podiceps grisegena (Doddaert, 1783). Very rare nesting and migrating species. Eared Grebe - Podiceps nigricollis CL Brehm, 1831. A rare nesting and migrating species. Purple Heron - Ardea purpurea Linnfts, 1766. A rare nesting and migrating species. White Stork - Ciconia ciconia (Linnaes, 1758). Rare nesting and migrating species. Whooper Swan - Cygnus cygnus (Linnaes, 1758). Rare span, letuyuschy and very rare breeding species. Mute Swan - Cygnus olor (Gmtlin, 1789). Rare span, letuyuschy and very rare breeding species. Ordinary honey buzzard - Pernis apivorus (Linnaes, 1758). Rare nesting and migrating species. Booted eagle - Hieraaetus pennatus (Gmtlin, 1788). Very rare breeding species. Harrier - Circus cyaneus (Linnaes, 1766). Very rare breeding species. White-tailed Eagle - Haliaeetus albicilla (Linnaeus, 1758). Rare species. Short-toed Eagle - Circaёtus gallicus 9Gmelin, 1788). Rare species. Peregrine - Falco perengrinus Tunstall, 1771. Very rare species. Oystercatcher - Haematopus ostralegus Linnaeus, 1758. A rare migrating species. Broody - Larus fuscus Linnaeus, 1758. Rare species. Common gull - Larus canus Linnaeus, 1758. Rare species. Middle Spotted Woodpecker - Dendrocopos medius (Linnaeus, 1758). Rare species. Green Warbler - Phylloscopus trochiloides (Sundevall, 1838). Rare species. Russian Desman - Desmana moschata (Linnaeus, 1758). Very rare species. EUROPE mink - Mustela lutreola (Linnaeus, 1761). Very rare species. Otter - Lutra lutra (Linnaeus, 1758).