NATURE
The nature reserve’s water area is of extremely high importance for waterbirds, spawn and growing period of many bottom and pelagic fishes, including rare and endangered. The coastal aquatic complex of the cape is a Wetland of International Importance (Ramsar Site).
In early spring plants begin to bloom and Kazantyp starts to look like a colorful oriental rug.
In early spring plants begin to bloom and Kazantyp starts to look like a colorful oriental rug.
The nature reserve’s water area is of extremely high importance for waterbirds, spawn and growing period of many bottom and pelagic fishes, including rare and endangered. The coastal aquatic complex of the cape is a Wetland of International Importance (Ramsar Site).
Fauna
Some of the taxonomic groups have not been studied fully yet.

1278 animal species are known as the inhabitants of the nature reserve. 169 (13,6%) of them are rare and endangered.

The nature reserve is inhabited by lepidopterians (422 species), spiders (147), Hymenoptera (146), beetles (97), fishes (62), reptiles (6), amphibians (2), birds (168) and mammals (27).
 
Fauna
Some of the taxonomic groups have not been studied fully yet.

1278 animal species are known as the inhabitants of the nature reserve. 169 (13,6%) of them are rare and endangered.

The nature reserve is inhabited by lepidopterians (422 species), spiders (147), Hymenoptera (146), beetles (97), fishes (62), reptiles (6), amphibians (2), birds (168) and mammals (27).
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Flora
  • 8 endemic species and relicts;
  • 14 species are in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation;
  • 55 species are in the Red Data Book of the Republic of Crimea;
  • 15 species are protected according to international conventions.
 
Flora
  • 8 endemic species and relicts;
  • 14 species are in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation;
  • 55 species are in the Red Data Book of the Republic of Crimea;
  • 15 species are protected according to international conventions.
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Photos used on this site belong to (photo credits): S. Ledenkov, I. Sikorsky, L. Moroz, V. Kostrov, N. Litvinyuk, D. Rutyanov, S. Alyomov, M. Atamanenko, G. Prokopov, D. Voinov, Y. Timofeev, Y. Shumlyaeva, M. Rozanov, V. Anzylov, V. Zyuzin, A. Gromov, Y. Zhuravleva, E. Nekadimova, N. Krymsky, K. Polyanskaya, A. Rybintsev, A. Mishin, A. Dmitrieva and naturerussia.travel
Photos used on this site belong to (photo credits): S. Ledenkov, I. Sikorsky, L. Moroz, V. Kostrov, N. Litvinyuk, D. Rutyanov, S. Alyomov, M. Atamanenko, G. Prokopov, D. Voinov, Y. Timofeev, Y. Shumlyaeva, M. Rozanov, V. Anzylov, V. Zyuzin, A. Gromov, Y. Zhuravleva, E. Nekadimova, N. Krymsky, K. Polyanskaya, A. Rybintsev, A. Mishin, A. Dmitrieva and naturerussia.travel
Contacts
298650, The Republic of Crimea, Yalta, Sovietskoe, Dolosskoe road, 2.

+7 365 423 30 50
+7 365 437 88 41

zapovedcrimea@mail.ru
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