Andrey Latypov has been appointed director of the National Park «Buzuluk Bor»

Andrey Latypov has been appointed director of the National Park «Buzuluk Bor»


Andrey Latypov has been appointed director of the Buzuluk Bor National Park.

The corresponding order was signed by the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation Dmitry Kobylkin.

Andrey Latypov has more than 13 years of experience in government agencies and departments related to nature protection.

He graduated from the Orenburg State Agrarian University with a degree in Bioecology, and in 2009 he completed his postgraduate studies with a degree in Biological Resources.

Andrey Latypov began his career in the protected system of Russia in 2013 in the specialized department of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia, where he took part in solving key issues in the field of land and forest relations, managing wildlife in protected areas, developing a network of protected areas of federal significance, including the creation of a nature reserve "Shaitan-Tau", expansion of the territory of the "Orenburgsky" reserve.

In 2015, he took the position of Deputy Director of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Zapovedniks of the Orenburg Region", where until now he was in charge of the protection and forestry services. During this period, he organized the systematic work of the state inspectorate, the development of territories with service infrastructure, coordinated environmental activities in the Orenburgsky and Shaitan-Tau reserves.

He participated in the integrated development of the Shaitan-Tau reserve, including the arrangement of the territory, the development of ecological excursion trails, research sites and routes.

In 2014, he was awarded the Certificate of Honor of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia, in 2017 - the badge of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation "Excellence in Environmental Protection", in 2020 - the badge of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia "For Merit in Wildlife Management".

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