Winter feeding of wild ungulates began in Losiny Ostrov

Winter feeding of wild ungulates began in Losiny Ostrov

The press service of the national Park "Losiny Ostrov" reported that animal feeding is carried out every year with the onset of cold weather and is of an auxiliary nature. Last week, it became difficult for forest dwellers to get food because of the snowfall. Therefore, more than 60 spotted deer came to the feeding area next to the Deer Trail.

According to experts, in the near future the number of animals on feeding grounds may increase to hundreds of individuals.

Earlier, more than 10 tons of hay were brought to the Moose biostation for feeding animals. These stocks will be replenished regularly. Grain is also laid out daily on the feeding grounds – oats, wheat and corn. Ungulates eat such a grain mixture first of all. In addition, pink Himalayan salt is placed on the sites.
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