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AHEC Newsletter N 60

The Amur-Heilong Ecoregion Complex (AHEC) consists of several Global 200 ecoregions and has been selected as a priority place within WWF’s Global Programme Framework. The region is also home to two priority flagship species, the Amur tiger and Amur leopard.

Contents of the #60 issue

Asian Big Cats
Fast Evaluation Indicator System of Tiger Habitat
The First United Anti-Poaching Brigade of Game Users and Beekeepers in Primorye Received from WWF the Tiger-Bee-Mobile
Control over Game Resources under African Swine Fever Became the Main Topic of the Seminal in Khabarovsk

Green belt of Amur
Dam Construction on Uldza River Threatens Torean Lakes
Workshop on Sustainable Development and Management of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in Qian'an County
Artificial Nests for Oriental Stork Occupied by Eagles!
Di Dou Ni
Curriculum about Mongolian gazelle to be used nationwide
Rangers observed 457 bird individuals on “WORLD MIGRATORY BIRD DAY”
Training on SMART Application for Onon-Balj National Park Rangers
Minister of Environment and Tourism of Mongolia Visited WWF-Mongolia’s AHEC Field Office
WWF Conducted Guides’ Field School
Kenzo, WWF and L'Etual Kicked off the We Save the Sea of Russia

Green Economy
Magnificent Mother Nature Saved from Mining
Satellite Monitoring of River Pollution during Placer Gold Mining: Amurskaya Province is again in the “Leaders” but Situation is Changing

Sustainable Forestry
Beekeepers of Evreiskaya Province were Trained to be Public Forest Inspectors
25 Employees of the Khabarovsky Province Forestry were Trained on how Operate UAVs to Detect Illegal Cutting
Forest Inspectors of Primorsky Province Improve their Skills in Forest Resources Assessment
Pair of Red-Crowned Cranes Became Heroes of Live Video Stream
770 Students of Forest Universities of the Country Took Part in the All-Russian Olympiad on Sustainable Forest Management
Public Campaign “Let’s protect Nature and Environment”
A contest “Who better knows about the Mongolian gazelle?”
Active Role of Youth in Environmental Conservation
Public Awareness on Prevention from Forest-Steppe Fire
Salmon Day is Celebrated in the Amur Ecoregion
New Documentary about Sanitary Cutting in Khabarovsky Province
WWF Announced the Winners of the International Contest of Children Paintings “Wetlands for Life”

Things You May Not Know About the Grasslands