18/04/2012 Barents Ecology Film FestivalBarents Ecology Film Festival (BEFF) will take place in April, 18-22, 2012, in Petrozavodsk, Russia. BEFF will become the center of ecology-focused life of the Barents Region, which will promote further cooperation between the countries.
20/09/2010 International scientific conference We invite you to participate in the International scientific conference ”Protected areas in XXI century: modern state and perspectives of development“ dedicated to the 20-th anniversary of Vodlozero National Park.
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27 January 2009
Wide Nature
Information about national park "Vodlozersky" on Wide Nature web page.
27 January 2009
Exhibition "Sky and Land of Vodlozero"
On 3rd of February 2009 will be official opening of the exhibition "Sky and Land of Vodlozero".
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All reservoirs in the park are rich in fish. One can encounter here 21 species of fish. Among them most mass species are roach (Rutilus rutilus), bream (Abramis brama), pike (Esox lucius), burbot (Lota lota), perch (Perca fluviatilis). In the lake Vodlozero which is one of most highly productive reservoirs in Karelia main species of food fish are waterbelly (Coregonus albula), european smelt (Osmerus eperlanus), zope (Abramis ballerus), pike perch (Lucioperca lucioperca), pike. Such species of fish as white-fish (Coregonus lavaretus), grayling (Thymallus thymallus), dace (Leuciscus leuciscus), crucian (Carassius carassius), bullhead (Cattus gobio) are rare in reservoirs of the park.

Amphibia and reptiles
There are 5 species of amphibia and reptiles on a territory of the park: grass frog, moor frog, common toad, common lizard and common northern viper. All these species, except viper are common and it's possible to see them frequently.
Weather forecast
Малооблачно Возможен дождь day: +5
Облачно Возможен дождь day: +6
night: +3
Облачно Небольшой дождь day: +6
night: +4

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