On July 23, at the Narzan Gallery in Kislovodsk (Stavropol Krai), on the World Whales Day and the International Friendship Day, an interactive exhibition Somewhere Beyond the Meridian opens, dedicated to the wildlife of the Commander Islands Nature and Biosphere Reserve inhabitants. The exhibition will be held in the pavilion "Temple of Air" and includes 27 photographs made by the staff of the reserve.
Photos will acquaint guests with the unusual landscapes of the North Pacific - the foggy Bering Island and the rocky Medny Island, as well as bird islands - Toporkov and Ary Kamen. Visitors to the exhibition will get acquainted with such inhabitants of the largest marine reserve in Russia as humpback whales, sperm whales and killer whales, northern fur seals and sea lions, charming sea otters, bright sea birds - tufted puffins and guillemots, as well as inhabitants of the tundra - deers, partridges, and curious Arctic foxes captured in their natural habitat.
All photographs are equipped with QR codes. After scanning them the guests will be able to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the winds and fog land, moving from video clips with whales to scientific and educational sketches about rare species of the North of the Far East and touching poetic lines and drawings.
The exhibition will last until August 27. Free of charge.
The CINBR team expresses gratitude to our friends and reserve associates Victoria Yufereva, Lyudmila Feneva, Denis Bayramukov