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AHEC Newsletter N 64

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.

pub_ahec_64_cover.jpgContents of the #64 issue

Asian Big Cats
The Amur leopard reintroduction center will appear in the Lazovsky NR
Amur tiger habitat`s restoration
The Land of the Leopard NP celebrates its 10th Anniversary
Review of cross-border Tiger conservation cooperation between China and Russia in the past 30 years
For the first time in the history of the study, an Amur leopard was recorded on camera traps beyond the Trans-Siberian railway
Amur tiger and leopard take naps only during the day?
Seminar on how to deal with HWC

Green belt of Amur
Power lines in Amurskaya province became safer for birds
Capacity building training was organized for volunteer rangers
Cranes counted during spring migration  in Primorsky province
Lake enclosure is proven to be effective
"Helongjiang Wetlands Day"
The corps of Community rangers is being formed in the Amur Ecoregion
Demonstration training for planting fodder in winter and spring camps
The Living Taiga Far Eastern contest for environmental journalists announce the Winners 2022
WWF, together with Kenzo and L`Etoile outlined steps to reduce abandoned gear threats

Nature education & Young protectors
Eco-club members-school children are actively taking place in Crane egg conservation
Two children from  China helping to protect tigers won runners up of Children`s Dr. Rimington award
Eco-club members are actively taling place ina a campaign "Lovely Moilhon"
Children involvement in Crane conservation increases

Sustainable Forestry
Conservation of Riparian forest
New tractor for the forest nursery as a gift from Panda on Korean pine Day

Endangered species conservation
Marmot re-introduction continue successfully
"Taimen Day" was informative for local communities
A chick of rare Oriental stork taken under WWF`s protection wing
"Almond blossoming in the steppe beauty" photography training

Feature Story 
Save outr grasslands