Phone: 8 (42431) 5 54 99 & mdash;
8 (42431) 5 03 72 & mdash;
8 (42431) 5 50 92 & mdash;
8 (42431) 5 54 88 & mdash;
Science Division, Environmental Education Sector
8 (42431) 5 54 88 & mdash;
The State Inspectorate of
Director: Dushyn Andrey
Deputy Director for Research: Pies Nicholas G.
Deputy Director for the Protection of the territory: Dmitry V. Soldatenko
Head of the environmental education sector: & nbsp; Dushina Oksana Y.
Deputy Director for General Affairs: Kim Yong Chu (Alexei Fedorovich)
How to get to the reserve administration:
Train schedule Sakhalin Railway (Sakhalin time)
Arrival in Poronaisk
09:10 every day
16:55 every day
21:00 every day
Bus № 502 Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk & mdash;
Poronaisk 15:30 daily.
Arrival in Poronaisk 20:30 Travel time 5 hours.
The fauna of Sakhalin was formed under the influence of the neighboring Amur, Kamchatka and the Japanese fauna.
In the future, the loss of land relations with the mainland on the island contributed to the new forms and subspecies.
For example, the emergence of endemic island subspecies & mdash;
Sakhalin musk deer.
Loss of land relations and contributed to a significant loss of Representatives Amur fauna.
Only from terrestrial mammals disappeared on Sakhalin tiger, elk, badger.
Poronaisk Reserve is located in the district of the mountain massif of the eastern Sakhalin.
Fauna retains it more pronounced than in the south of Kamchatka and Sakhalin taiga character, closer to the Okhotsk fauna.
This is evidenced, for example, the presence here of Sakhalin musk deer, spruce grouse, Okhotsk cricket and many other taiga species known from eastern Siberia.
Currently, the reserve is home to more than 50 kinds of mammals , 231 kinds of & nbsp; birds, 4 types of amphibians, , and one type of
Among the most typical mammals brown bear, fox ordinary, raccoon dog, otter, mink;
everywhere live hare and Siberian Chipmunk.
Occasionally the reserve attends East Siberian wolverine.
The avifauna of the reserve is dominated by forest species.
Grouse, Ussuri bullfinch, red-flanked bluetail, black woodpecker & ndash;
common species of coniferous and mixed forests.
Background species wet sedge-forb meadows and moss-sedge marshes are For green Wagtail, Stonechat, reed bunting.
In mixed grass meadows, and coastal dunes with braid curtains wrinkled wild rose breeding numerous skylark and rubythroat.
The floodplain forest nesting chickadee, nuthatch Sakhalin, great spotted woodpecker.
At Cape Patience is one of the largest settlements of nesting seabirds or rookery.
Thick-chinned and guillemots, Kittiwake, a large auklets form the core of the colony.
The group of reptiles in the reserve has 3 species of amphibians and one species of reptile.
Lizard common in dry upland areas of open tundra landscapes.
It meets on the tundra among the sparse bushes cedar, in the coastal mixed grass meadows with low grass.
Because amphibians common Siberian and Far Eastern toad frog.
Siberian salamander found in the buffer zone of Lake Neva and Cape Patience.
From the great variety of local fish fauna constantly live in the reserve are only a little more than ten kinds;
8 others & ndash;
proluprohodnye and communicating salmon that live in inland waters for 6-7 months in a year;
the others & mdash;
More than 200 species of & ndash;
typical marine forms.
From the rare species of animals , listed in the Red Book, in the reserve marked Sakhalin musk deer, spruce grouse, Steller's sea eagle, and others.
The reserve is home to endemic and the Russian Far East.