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AHEC Newsletter N 48

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 #48 issue

You say Big Cats
Evreiskaya Province becomes new home for two tiger cubs
International Research and Practice Conference
Amur leopard increased in China
At least nine breeding tigress cameratrapped in northeast China during 2013-2017
SAFE Workshop Held in Hunchun
CA|TS Training in Wangging

Our Forest
WWF Mongolia opened a grove “Panda”
WWF-developed KEDR system awarded by the Russian Government
WWF: only an immediate moratorium can save linden
A Center of new knowledge
WWF Russia took part in the National Forest Forum

When the Belt is Green
Bikin National Park got UNESCO World Heritage Site Status
New PA declared in Zabaikalsky Province
Сooperation between conservationists and energetics helps saving Oriental stork
The Second Working Meeting for the Chinese Members of China-Russia Reserve Network in the
Heilongjiang River Basin
Oriental White Stork Population Increased
National standard on construction of wildlife crossings along roads and railroads in any parts of
Mongolia is in effect now
United for Conservation Effectiveness Jilin Bird Loving Week
Indigenous people ready to conduct public control on Amur
Far Eastern rivers are under satellite surveillance

Law Enforcement
The BIKIN National Park staff learns how to protect their territory

United for Conservation
International training for conservation coaches
Oriental stork tracking is launched in the Amur-Heilong ecoregion
Russia and China discussed joint measures for migratory birds
The Sino-Russian day of the oriental stork celebrated in Honghe nature reserve

Work with People
Oriental stork “schools” opened in the northern Primorye
Keepers of Oriental Storks’ Nests
World Fish Migration Day
Korean Pine Day
A documentary “Forest and People”
Crane Festival is celebrated for the fifth year in the headwaters of Amur
"Plastic free Rivers" initiative has been launched
Experience sharing between the eco-clubs in Eastern and Western Mongolia
The 37th Bird Loving Week held in Heilongjiang Province
AHEC Ambassador Shapes Eco-education at China's Wetland National Reserves

Other News
WWF-Mongolia’s driver rescued three German citizens who were lost
Schisandrachinensis Survey
A Survey of Community Commercial Activities