Amur branch wwf Russia
2021 - Year of the Wetlands
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
WETLANDS FOR LIFE!
WWF is pleased to announce the international drawing contest " Wetlands for Life" in three countries of the Amur-Heilong basin – China, Mongolia and Russia.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
WWF Russia launches the World Year of the Crane in the Amur-Heilong basin and the public campaign "Crane-Bird of the World".Show more
Oriental stork online!
For the third year on the initiative of WWF Russia in the Amur province, online monitoring of the life of stork couples, the appearance and development of their offspring has been conducted.Show more
"Freedom of Salmon!"
"Year of Salmon" was held in the Amur ecoregion in 2019, which was devoted to the problems of conservation of various salmon species.Show more
Let's save Oriental stork
Life of the feathered symbol of the Amur river, live on cameras!
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 symbol of international cooperation between peoples and countries of the basin.Show more
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 cat.Show more
Sea Eagles occupy artificial nests for oriental stork
Heilongjiang Wetland Conservation Series 2（2）
Heilongjiang Wetland Conservation Series 2（1）
Nest Building for Scaly-sided Merganser
Earth Hour 2021
Heilongjiang River Basin Wetland Conservation Network
Build Nests for Oriental Stork
roe deer running
Lao Wan, from a Hunter to a Ranger（2）
Lao Wan, from a Hunter to a Ranger（1）
Scaly-sided Merganser appears in Jilin
Save wetlands for the life!
Save wetlands for the life!
It is interesting:11 May
- Occupy artificial nests for oriental stork
- E-training on improved law enforcement
- Recent environmental conservation efforts on Ereen Range
- Capacity building training for newly recruited rangers
- E-competition for “Steppe Ecosystems”
- Awareness activity on value of water and its efficient use
- Lake enclosure is proven to be effective
- Marmot reintroduction continues successfully
- A pair of Red-crowned cranes became the heroes of live video stream
You must have heard of "a turtledove takes over the nest of a magpie. ",
But this time what WWF wants to tell a story--
Eagles occupy the stork's nest.
You may know about the stork,
It is the " oriental stork".
The eagle that seizes its nest is a large prey bird, the white-tailed sea eagle.
Here is the story.