Yidyna community to teach Taimyr young people to hunt and fish

Yidyna community to teach Taimyr young people to hunt and fish

October 15, 2021

The project received support from the Nornickel charity program.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. In the Taimyr village of Hatanga, the project HatPromysel (hunting and fishing) of the Yydina (Moonlight) family-clan community of indigenous minorities starts in October. The initiative received support from the World of Taimyr – the Nornickel company’s charity program.

According to the project, the older generation will teach young people the basics of traditional craft. In October and November they will study winter fishing, from December to January they will hunt arctic foxes, in February and March they will hunt partridges, and from April to May, ice fishing with a fishing rod is planned.

Recall that representatives of the Dolgans, Nganasans and Evenks historically live in Hatanga and the adjacent territory.

Let us remind you that a new air terminal has recently been opened in Hatanga.

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Text: Ekaterina Maksimova, Photo: Olga Alexandrova

October 15, 2021

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