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AHEC Newsletter N 46

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 #46 issue

You say Big Cats
Three tiger cubs born from Svetlaya and Boris in Evreiskaya Province
Global Tiger Forum and WWF expand geography of CA|TS
Artificial Intelligence for Tiger Conservation: Snare Threat Prediction in Northeastern China
CA|TS to improve the tiger conservation in China
Two corridors for Amur tigers along He-Da Highway
CAUTION: Watch Out for The tiger!
New rangers were trained for China Amur Tiger and Leopard National Park
Effective Conservation Method for Wild Species
Smart Training for Rangers in Forest Bureaus
On-going Real-Smart Program
Rangers and hunting resources users perfect their professional skills
Rangers Training Supports Amur Tiger Protection
WWF organized a training workshop for the Bikin NP inspectors

When the Belt is Green
Co-management Council is to be established for community based conservation management
People thankworthy on Mongolian gazelle protection campaign
A biotechnical measure has been taken for wildlife
13 Mongolian gazelles were fitted with satellite collars
The Argun River Received Protective Status
Oriental stork Investigation
Joint Efforts of Federal Generating Company, Russian Geographical Society, and WWF protect
Oriental Stork
A Year for the Rare Bird
Daurian Nature Reserve strengthens protection of Mongolian gazelle

Our Forests
KEDR forest monitoring System to be enhanced by drones
The International Forum “Beekeeping in Tiger Land” was held in Primorye
Forestry innovation center opened in Primorsky Province
Primorskaya State Agriculture Academy held a Tournament of Young Ecologists

United for Conservation Effectiveness
China and Russia will enhance the transboundary cooperation on tiger conservation
Environmental organizations of the Amur basin discussed nature conservation issues
Russia and Mongolia discussed nature conservation issues
Year of Ecology and Protected Areas became a focus of the International Forum

Green Economy
Renewable power sources
FRUIT GARDEN FOR EACH HOUSEHOLD campaignis successfully continued

Brief News