Oct. 15, 2014 — Wild Field Manifesto
Philosophical basement for the recreation of the high productive steppe ecosystems
Oct. 15, 2014 — Opening of the new reserve "Wild Field"
Oct. 14, 2014 — Musk ox situation
Oct. 14, 2014 — North-East Scientific Station update
Oct. 14, 2014 — Infrastructure advancements in the Pleistocene Park
Oct. 14, 2014 — Update on the Pleistocene Park activity in 2012-2014
Oct. 7, 2014 — Website update
After two years of silence, we are planning to update the site with news and photos. Not being familiar with the process, making a test news.
Our project is alive and we are trying to extend it. Details soon.
May 1, 2012 — New photos of the park from 2011-2012
April 24, 2011 — Wapiti and Bisons have arrived to the Park
Six Wapiti and five Bisons have arrived to the Park. All feeling fine. More information and photos are coming soon.
March 17, 2011 — New photos of musk ox
Ice on the river is now deep enough, so we have made 45km of winter road to the Park and now it is much easier to get there. Took camera with me and now we have a few new shots.
March 1, 2011 — In anticipation of the buffalo!
Pleistocene Park has received all permits needed to have five bison from Prioksko Terrace Reserve. Now, since all the logistical issues have been solved, we hope that the first of bison will be in the park within a month.
Sept. 30, 2010 — End of field season
It will be winter soon and the 2010 field season is almost over... Most scientific groups coming this year have gone. It was a successful year, a lot of scientific data was collected and samples were processed or shipped , and all is safe.
Sept. 14, 2010 — Back from Wrangel Island (Russia)!
Trip to Wrangel Island for the Musk ox is over. It was a long 3 weeks, but all got safely back to the station, and we brought six Muskoxen with us. More information about the trip can be found in the gallery or if you know Russian you can read Nikita Zimov’s diary about the trip.
July 15, 2010 — Busy season
The summer is at its height! It is very hot and busy here. All station facilities are occupied. Living quarters are full, and thousands of various samples are being processed in the station labs. This year biggest group - The Polaris Project - is here! They are a group of US and Russian students and professors study Arctic. You can check their website for some interesting photos or blogs