Illegally kept wildlife released to nature
Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept.12. / Trend A.Huseynbala /
The Center of Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation Clinic released to nature the wildlife, which were on the rehabilitation in the center.
Four eagles, two sultan hen, two storks, one rabbit and a wolf, which passed a full course of rehabilitation at the Center of Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation Clinic released in the territory of the Altiagaj National Park with participation of representatives of the public and the media and one pelicans and one gazelle were released in the territory of the Ag Gol National Park, in accordance with the area of residence, the Azerbaijani Ecological and Natural Resources Ministry told Trend on Sept.11.
Four hares, three wolves, two deer, jackal, one species of fox, gazelle, bear, falcon, Mediterranean eagle, pheasant, Egyptian vulture, eagle, white-haired neck, swan, as well as two quail and hairy-legged buzzard were given to the clinic in 2008.
The Azerbaijani Ecology and Natural Resources Ministry has conducted raids in the country since July 15. Two gazelle, two specimens of deer and wolves, four hare, one bear and the Egyptian vulture which were included in the "Red Book", were transferred to the clinic in the Ag Gol National Park in 2009.
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