Burzyansky District is located in the least developed central part of the South Urals. Beekeeping is well developed in the region. A significant part of the region’s territory is occupied by the Bashkir and Shulgan-Tash reserves, which were created to preserve and study the population of the Burzyan bee.
Larch forests are located at an altitude of over 550 m above sea level. Mountain steppe meadows are located on the southern and eastern slopes. The main honey plant is linden.