2018 Volume 5 Issue 4

Role of Red Data Book in Conservation of Biodiversity in Stavropol Territory


Pushkin Sergey Viktorovich, Ilyukh Mikhail Pavlovich
Abstract

The Red Data Book of Stavropol territory has been the most important part of the modern strategy of wildlife conservation of the North Caucasus. This strategy has been based on the preservation of all the natural specific biodiversity of the region. The problem of the wildlife conservation of Stavropol territory and the North Caucasus can be solved only by the combination of the carefully worked-on legislation with the active competent work of all the interested and competent organizations directed on the protection of flora and fauna, and complex preservation of all biodiversity, and also the own participation of the local population in the destiny of the territory.


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