Basegi Nature Reserve

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Basegi
Басеги
Perm Krai
Perm Krai
Location Perm Krai, Russia
Coordinates 58°03′N 58°02′E / 58.05°N 58.03°E / 58.05; 58.03
Area 379.35 sq. km.
Established 1982

Basegi – is a nature reserve in Perm Krai, Russia. It created 1 October 1982. In 1993 it was expanded. Current area is 379.35 km2 and a buffer zone is 213.45 km2.

Main rivers are: Usva River (northern border of nature reserve) and Vilva River (southern border). There are also some small rivers, that the typical mountain rivers with rapids channel.

Biota[edit]

There are more than 250 species of plants in the nature reserve, among them more 45 are rare. Many species of mosses and lichens. 50 species of mammals, more than 180 species of birds, 1 species of reptile, 17 species of fish and 3 species of amphibians. Fauna is typical for taiga.

Species, protected by Red Data Book of the Russian Federation[edit]

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Sources[edit]

  • Воронов Г.А., Никулин В.Ф., Акимов В.А., Баландин С.В. Заповедник «Басеги». // Заповедники СССР. Заповедники европейской части РСФСР. I. - М., Мысль, 1988. с. 248-264.

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