The National Park "Buzuluk Bor" is located on the border of the Samara and Orenburg regions of Russia, among the steppes of the Trans-Volga and Cis-Urals. It is a green island in the middle of an ocean of steppes and sands, with centuries-old pines directed high, high into the sky. Many hundreds of years ago, the ancient Caspian Sea retreated, exposing sandy deposits, rivers, streams and lakes. Pine trees hold the sand dunes spread around with their roots, forming a huge forest island in the shape of a triangle. Until the beginning of 2012, a natural 140-year-old grassy-mossy pine forest with a rare underbrush of broom grew on this site. But on August 10, 2012, a ground forest fire took place on the site. As a result, due to burns of root paws and root collar, drying of the bast, the trees on the site died. Restoring the forest in this area will lead to the consolidation of the roots of the sandy hillock and to the appearance of insects, birds and animals.