Moscow, May 22 – Nearly 150 wooden floating duck houses have been installed on Moscow’s water bodies before the start of the summer season, according to the capital’s mayor’s website.
“On the eve of the summer season, specialists of the municipal economy complex prepared houses for waterfowl. About 150 wooden floating houses have been installed on the ponds managed by the Mosvodostok State Unitary Enterprise, which will serve as safe islands for ducks and their young during the brood nesting period, ”it reads. the message.
He notes that waterfowl need homes for safe recreation on the water. Ducklings will be able to use it after a long training swim. In addition, as part of the improvement of the capital’s reservoirs, specialists are equipping a gentle and comfortable descent for birds to the shore.
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