2022 - Year of Tiger
The World Wide Fund for nature declares 2022 the Year of the Tiger. The Amur tiger is one of the key species supported by WWF. By preserving the Amur tiger, we preserve the ecosystem of it's entire habitate. You can learn more about the Amur tiger and WWF Russia's work on its conservation on our special page.Show more
Wetlands of the AHEC
WWF Russia, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, declared 2021 the Year of Wetlands in the Amur-Heilong Ecoregion.Show more
The Crane Family
The true story of the real family of Japanese cranes survived the fire. This is also a story of human kindness.Show more
Crane - bird of the world
The Amur-Heilong river basin has the largest species diversity of cranes in the world. Here you can meet 6 of the 15 species of cranes living in the world, including some of the rarest ones: the Red-Crowned and Siberian white cranes.
A camera with a view of the nest of Snegovik and Nika (Red-crowned cranes) is installed in the aviary of the Muravyevsky Park. The pair was united in September 2022, and now there is an opportunity to watch online how a new family of cranes is being formed.
Let's save Oriental stork
About 95% of the Eastern stork population nests in the Amur Basin in the Russian Far East and winters in the Yangtze floodplain in China. For many years their nests were ravaged and the birds suffered from poachers. Also, due to the mass use of herbicides, this species disappeared in Japan and Korea. Therefore, it is extremely important to preserve the remaining population of the Eastern stork in Russia and China.Show more
Due to increasing socio economic development in the region, the rich yet vulnerable biodiversity of the AHEC has been subject to ever increasing threats. The AHEC program serves as a powerful
Captured after close encounters with humans, Uporny the tiger was rehabilitated and released, offering researchers an unprecedented look into the wild life of an elusive big catShow more
The Amur Information Center - a web portal that provide all interested organizations and individuals free access to geoinformational data, reference information, expert opinions, reports, multimedia archive and other data on the Amur-Heilong ecoregional complex.
For 25 years, the joint efforts of WWF Russia, state and non-governmental organizations for the conservation of the Amur tiger have managed to stabilize the number of large cats. But the threats to the tiger have not disappeared, let's help the Amur tiger - the national treasure of Russia and China to flourish.I want to help the tigers
The true story of the real family of Japanese cranes survived the fire. This is also a story of human kindness.Read the comics
The Amur-Heilong is a place on the map where various fauna are mixed – East Siberian, Amur, Okhotsk, Mongol-Daurian. More than 320 species of birds can be found here. Our application can show you some of the fabulous birds of the region and listen to its song.See more
WWF together with the Khingan Nature Reserve initiated the movement of "Keepers of Stork Nests " which monitor the condition of oriental stork nests and carry out its fire-fighting treatment. But they still need our help, there are too many threats to storks come from human activity.I want to help the storks