News of Amur ecoregion
Can you imagine a world without tigers? Sadly, it was almost a reality. Throughout the last century, human intervention brought this iconic species,wild tiger, to the edge of extinction. In the Year of 2010——13 tiger range countries decided to work together and save tigers.They set up a promising goal:double wild tigers by the end of 2022. This is the WWF’s‘Tx2 goal.
22 may 2020
Collection of children's drawings about cranes published here in three languages!
In the Year of the Crane - 2020, a collection of children's works "Getting to know the baby crane" is published on our portal. This wonderful publication is available in three languages: Mongolian, Russian and English.Read more
The authors of this work are schoolchildren who were born and raised near the Onon river.
Drawings for the album are selected from more than 1000 creative works that were presented at the annual painting competitions on the themes "Waterfowl, Cranes of my land”, "Happy spring birds" and "The Origins of the Amur", held since 2010.
14 may 2020
Bees Help Protect Tigers
The honey farm that coexists with nature is the home for the local residents and many rare wild animals to survive. Sustainable forest economy could not only protect this beautiful primitive home, but also provide opportunities for the local people to enjoy the natural fruits.Read more
- 22 april 2020 Wildlife trade in the Russian Federation. New analysis of 2020 for your attention. Read more
22 april 2020
Automatic camera research is being conducted in Khar Yamaat Nature Reserve
Forty automatic cameras were installed to determine the location, numbers, and movements of these animals in the protected area, as well as to determine the impact of domestic animals on wildlife spatial distribution.Read more
- 17 april 2020 AHEC newsletter №55 of January-February 2020 is available now Read more
13 april 2020
The brown bear will be released back into the wild
The bear's paws healed properly and now able to live independently in the wild. Therefore, soon he will be returned to the wild.Read more
20 march 2020
Local decision-makers starting to appreciate eco club students’ sincerity
Simultaneously, a decision was made to support the eco club students' request at the session of the Citizens’ Representative Meeting of Dadal county of Khentii province in eastern Mongolia.Read more
18 february 2020
8 Mongolian gazelles were fitted with satellite collars
WWF-Mongolia specialists put satellite tracking collars on 24 individuals of Mongolian gazelle in 2017 and 2018.Read more