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AHEC Newsletter N 44

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 #44 issue

A word to the world
World Heritage Committee inscribes Landscapes Of Dauria on UNESCO’s World Heritage List
A Hero Brown Bear Mother
Let the migratory fish back home
The Amur Leopard Reintroduction Program launched in Primorye
Energy workers care about Oriental stork in Amurskaya Province
Nests of Oriental storks protected from bears
And the film festival prize goes to ... a hero-leopard
Crane Festival is celebrated for the fourth year in the headwaters of Amur
Onon River kept from the risk of pollution

United for Conservation effectiveness
Sub-Council to be established to enhance efforts in combatting illegal wildlife trade
The First Working Meeting of Sino-Russian Reserve Network in the Heilongjiang River Basin
The poacher will pay more than $29,700 for killing a tigress
Sate rangers learn to minimize conflicts with large predators
Experience sharing trip successfully organized

You said Big Cats?
Hi friends, I am living well!
Three tigers in Dahuanggou area
The frequent tiger-human conflicts in Wandashan area
Filippa, the tigress, freed
Vladik, the tiger male, came back into wild
Experts found out the reason of Uporny’s death
Students rally in the Land of the Leopard

When the belt is green
WWF handed over KEDR forest monitoring system to Primorsky Province Administration
Korean Pine Day held in the tree nursery
The Living Taiga Environmental Journalism Contest
Heilongjiang Forestry Department visit to Russia
The 36th Birds Loving Week in Heilongjiang Province
Training Course on Protection and Management of Wetland held in Heilongjiang Province
Training of SMART and ArcGIS was held in Wangqing
Drones help forest leaseholders
Nature Reserves of Russia and China celebrated the Khanka Lake Day
Sustainable use of pasture resources has been discussed