My name is Alexander Pekach. I come from the Khvoynik farm, which is in the center of the Belorussian part of Belovezhskaya Pushcha. In the same place my childhood passed. After graduation, he entered the Belarusian State Technological University at the Department of Forestry. After graduating from the University I work in the Belovezhskaya Pushcha and live in the Belyy Lesok village, which is the eastern entrance to the National Park. Here the Nikorskoye forestry starts, where my father has been working as a forester for more than 15 years. This is a unique area where you can see such large mammals as the wolf, lynx, european bison, deer, moose, and also many birds such as the gerat gray owl, the pygmy owl, the three-toed woodpecker, and if you put a little effort and patience, you can make excellent photos of nature.