6 Kronotsky Nature Reserve: On The Way To Summer

Kronotsky Nature Reserve: On The Way To Summer

Posted on May 28, 2011 by team

Because of the cold ocean current, the spring on eastern Kamchatka lasts for quite a long time. It still often snows and rains, and the workers of the Kronotsky Nature Reserve have to use stoves to warm themselves at night. But nevertheless, the spring has its effect… Young grass makes its way through the snow and animals prepare themselves for the breeding season.

The peak of bear weddings falls on June, but most females have already lost their inherent distrust and aggressiveness towards males and become moving and playful. The picture shows a new couple, the female named Suzemka and her new boyfriend (on the left). Every day, at exactly 3-50 am, the workers of the nature reserve hear the sound of their footsteps. Suzemka gallops around the cordon, and her boyfriend follows her. In this way female bears test the health of the aspirants to paternity.

After the race bears start browsing on the first green grass.


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6 Responses to “Kronotsky Nature Reserve: On The Way To Summer”

  1. Musa says:

    I love these wildlife and vegetation photos and posts from the Kronotsky Nature Reserve. Thanks for sharing them.

  2. Mikhail says:

    Another excellent post. Kronotsky Nature Reserve truly is a magnificent location.
    Can I suggest a Kronotsky throughout the seasons photo shoot?

  3. D. Bunker says:

    Happy to see that English Russia has definitively answered that age-old question: who sh*its in the woods?

  4. pedrohuelva says:

    Espectacular reportaje.

    gracias por compartirlo

  5. CBEH says:

    What is this obsession? There’s another photo album in English Russia displaying a bear pumping out high volume colon debris in mid air out in the mountains. What National Geographic misses, English Russia captures with high quality photographs.

  6. testicules says:

    How much per acre

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