The epidemiological zoning of the territory of the Rostov region has been made with the use of the epidemic process patterns and the data indicating the links between the landscape and the natural focus of infection. The spread of infected ticks has been established. The participation of several carrier species in the circulation of Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever virus has been confirmed. The mosaic character of their distribution and different levels of their contamination is of great prognostic importance. These data will be used for the improvement of epidemiological surveillance in working out the tactics of epizootological surveys and organization of prophylactic measures.