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Hunting season starts in Atyrau on September 15

This was announced by the chief specialist of the regional territorial inspection of forestry and wildlife Nurlan Imangaliyev, reports the Regional Communications Service of Atyrau region.

From September 15, the autumn hunting season begins in the region on fixed hunting grounds, which will last until December 30. According to the territorial inspection, hunting for ducks, geese, partridges, quails, kekliks is allowed from September 15 to November 30, badger and wild boar - from September 15 to December 31. And the winter hunting season for hares, corsacs will last from November 1 to February 15. Wolf hunting is allowed from January 1 to December 31.
Now the region is home to 21 species of mammals and 114 species of birds. When hunting wild boar, roe deer, wolf, hare, fox, corsac, steppe ground squirrel, badger, marmot, muskrat, duck, goose, coot, partridge, black grouse, quail, only the amount indicated in the hunting permit is allowed.

Everything has a measure. Preserving the wealth of nature, maintaining peace in nature is our duty. Violators of the hunting regime who do not obey the rules will be held accountable, that is, you can hunt only if you have a hunter's certificate, permission to use the wildlife, vouchers for a hunting facility, permission to store and carry weapons and bullets for individual hunters, a passport when catching birds of prey,” said N. Imangaliyev.

According to the territorial inspection of forestry and wildlife in the Atyrau region, last year 11 violators of hunting rules were identified, and damage was caused in the amount of 862 million 703 thousand 200 tenge.
It should be noted that more than 6,000 hunters are officially registered in the region, of which about 3,000 are regularly engaged in hunting.

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