AHEC Newsletter N 61
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 #61 issue
Asian Big Cats
WWF Russia allocated 24 000 euros to fight forest fires in "Tiger" PA of the Sikhote-Alin Mountain range
Tiger festival took place on September 25 near the cinema "Ocean" in Vladivostok
Tiger are roaming social accounts
CA|TS International Certification will help russian tigers
2021 Global Tiger day, Living with tigers
Build corridors for tigers
Green belt of Amur
Recent environmental conservation efforts on Green Range
United to promote dryland, sustainable landscapes and biodiversity conservation in the eastern steppe of Mongolia
"Locals are in favour of our work all the time" says S. Zolzaya, a lady ranger
WWF Russia release a unique mini-series "Crane stories"
A record number of Orienatl storks is registried in the Amur river basin
The area of Daursky Nature reserve has almost doubled
Governors of five federal subjects of the Amur basin signed Memorandum
The Far Eastern conference determined directions for the Amur river basin conservation
Conservationists of the Amur Ecoregion learn to solve conflicts
Future lawyers took part in the Contest of reaserch papers of investigation of enveronmental crimes
The 15th School of environmental journalism "Living Taiga" conducted in Primorye
Eco-club members-school children are happy and proud of being "Young researchers"
Eco-club members-school children: "We did it"
WWF presented a project on linden forest conservation in Primorye
WWF helped forming a Corps of public forest inspectors in Primorye
Save the "Skin of the Earth"