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  • AI Camera Trap 30 september 2020 AI Camera Trap

    WWF and its partners explored the AI technology’s application in anti-poaching in September, 2020. WWF’s partnership, Hikvision has developed the first-generation AI & real-time monitoring camera trap in August. In September, WWF NEC program officer and engineers from Hikvision went to Jilin Huangnihe National Nature Reserve to set up 5 of the new camera traps near the wild Amur tiger’s cave.

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  • Crane survey in Huihe 30 september 2020 Crane survey in Huihe

    In July 2020, WWF and its partners surveyed an area of approximately 1000km² the crane breeding populations in the Huihe River Basin. A total of 200 cranes were recorded, among which there were more than 50 red-crowned cranes.

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  • 2020 Global Tigers day : Become A Tiger Protector 3 august 2020 2020 Global Tigers day : Become A Tiger Protector

    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.

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  • The brown bear released back into the wild 27 may 2020 The brown bear released back into the wild

    The bear's paws healed properly. Therefore, he returned to the wild.

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  • The Parliament of Mongolia has approved 10 areas for national protected areas 25 may 2020 The Parliament of Mongolia has approved 10 areas for national protected areas

    The territory of protected areas will increase by 1.3 million ha, which accounts for 21 percent (32,891,617 ha) of the total land of Mongolia.

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  • Collection of children's drawings about cranes published here in three languages! 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.

    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.

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  • Bees Help Protect Tigers 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.

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  • Wildlife trade in the Russian Federation. New analysis of 2020 for your attention. 22 april 2020 Wildlife trade in the Russian Federation. New analysis of 2020 for your attention.

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