The project aims to strengthen the scientific observation of wild animals who live in Russia’s protected nature areas. The project was launched in Murmansk and brings together the reserves of the Kola Peninsula.

A large press conference dedicated to the environmental initiatives of HDL TV channel (produced by Red Media, which is part of Gazprom-Media Holding) was held in Murmansk on 30 September. The efforts cover the Kandalaksha, Laplandsky and Pasvik reserves in Murmansk region.

The goal of this cooperation between the TV channel and the reserves is to expand fauna research in the reserves. This would be done by strengthening the technical equipment of its scientific units. HDL TV channel gave the reserves modern professional security cameras that can work autonomously in the most extreme conditions, and collect, store and transmit video information in FullHD quality. Representatives of Red Media, HDL channel and managers of the reserves took part in the event.

For HDL TV channel, the project is a logical continuation of the large-scale travel series of its own production Gorizont Priklucheniy (Adventures on the Horizon), which highlights travel opportunities within Russia and inspires viewers to get to know the natural, cultural and national diversity of the country. In 2021, the Gorizont Priklucheniy route will take viewers more than 1000 kilometres along the Kola Peninsula. The program will premiere on November 1 at 20:00.