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    17 february 2017
    ACBK information campaign against trafficking saiga horns is completed
    ACBK has conducted an information campaign against illegal trade of saiga horns from November 21, 2016 to January 21, 2017. The main goal of the campaign is to suppress the illegal sale of saiga derivatives, as well as to attract public attention to the problems of conservation of this rare species.
    2 february 2017
    Poacher detained in Kostanay region
    Suspicious Yamaha snowmobile and sleigh was stopped close to the Kishikol wintering on January 30, 2017 during a patrol on the territory of the "Altybay" and "Saga" hunting farms by ACBK Chasseurs staff together with the State Enterprise "Ohotzooprom" Production Association" and the environmental police of the Zhangeldi District, Kostanay region.
    31 january 2017
    II International Conference "Spatio-temporal dynamics of the biota of the Caspian basin and the Aral-ecosystems"
    II International Conference "Spatio-temporal dynamics of the biota and ecosystems of the Aral-Caspian basin", dedicated to the memory of the outstanding naturalist and traveler Nikolai A. Zarudny, will be held on October 9-13, 2017, at the Orenburg State Pedagogical University, Orenburg, Russia.
    19 september 2016
    More than 20 thousand individuals of white-headed duck were registered in Akmola region
    On the Tengiz-Korgalzhyn lakes in Akmola region, from the 13th to the 16th of September 2016, there were registered more than 20 thousand individuals of white-headed duck (Oxyura leucocephala) which is a globally endangered species of ducks listed in the Red Book of Kazakhstan.
    1 july 2016
    Inspection of the fence along the border between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in the Ustyurt region at saiga migration routes
    Already in autumn 2011 Kazakhstan started with the construction of a border fence at the border to Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan of about 1.7 m height, made up from 8 strands of barbed wire. By the end of 2012 this construction work was finished. On a length of not less than 150 km, this fence crosses the habitat of the critically endangered Saiga antelope of the Ustyurt population.