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WWF Green belt of Amur


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The Amur Ecoregion occupies 2.13 million square kilometers within Russia, China, and Mongolia. It includes 15 smaller ecoregions three of which are recognized as of international importance. The Amur River flood plains are an important area for birds’ migration and nesting. The Green Belt of the Amur River, an international program, was initiated by WWF to form the integrated network of protected areas connected with ecological corridors and buffer zones with special emphasis on transboundary ecosystems.

INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF THE AMUR RIVER BASIN
ESTABLISHING AND SUPPORT OF PROTECTED AREAS
TRANSBOUNDARY COOPERATION
CONSERVATION OF ORIENTAL STORK
CONSERVATION OF DZEREN




Authors: Amur WWF
File: Green-Belt-Engl.pdf