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AHEC Newsletter N 45

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 #45 issue

A word to the world
Bikin to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Establishment of Nature School in Jilin Province
“Community Development-2017” has been successfully held
A sub-council for anti-poaching has its first meeting
Wildlife conservation was one of the key topics at the 3rd Eastern Economic Forum
Patrol clothing were donated to rangers
RUSHYDRO cancels construction of a new dam on Zeya,

United for Conservation effectiveness
Local communities have had better understanding on decision making process with regard to mining projects
Bikin Days celebrated in Primorye
State Council announced an Amur Tiger National Nature Reserve
Research and monitoring is underway in Khar Yamaat Nature Reserve
Hunt in Primorye to be follow new regulations
Mini-grants award program announced its second round in the Amur River basin
Taimen Day was much informative for local communities
Co-management committee for Khurkh-Khuiten Ramsar site to be set up
The 7th “Global Tiger Day” activity was held in Jilin province
Khabarovsky Province follows the example of Primorye in digitizing forest management
A total of 623 white-naped crane individuals were recorded

You said Big Cats?
A first tiger claw camera trapped in the wild in northeast China
VTB Bank and WWF preserving rare cats
First face to face talk between Sino-Russian tiger and leopard national parks
China preserves rare cats together with the Land of the Leopard National Park

Brief News