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WWF and Big Cats of the Russian Far East


"Conservation of the Amur Tiger and its Habitats" was the first WWF's project in Russia that starts in 1994. WWF assisted in building of a network of anty-poaching brigades in Primorsky and Khabarovsky Provinces that included response forces of the key tiger protected areas, provincial Wildlife Management Departments, and the Tiger Inspection. Over 25 years, jointly the Amur Tiger population has been stabilized and even has risen number up to 580 animals.

Authors: Amur WWF, 2019
File: leaflet2019_Cats-Engl.pdf