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AHEC Newsletter N 52

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 #52 issue

You say Big Cats
A Secret of Cinderella’s Second Litter Is Out
Two Grown Tiger Cubs Are Moving to the Northwest of Tiger Range

Together for Conservation Effectiveness
Global Tiger Day Student Painting Competition Calls for Tiger Protection
The Parliament of Mongolia Has Approved 22 Areas for National Protected Areas
The UN recognizes positive experience of the Bikin National Park
Nature Protection Legislation Seminar in Ussuriisk
Establishment of Zhangguangcai Mountain Anti-poaching Alliance
Heilongjiang Large Scale Ranger Training
Forest Service Mobile Brigades Reveal Illegal Loggings in the Southern Far East
CA|TS Training for Nature Reserve in Suifenhe
Protecting the Onon River Basin Forest with Active Stakeholder Participation
Specialists of Wildlife Management Departments of Primorsky, Khabarovsky and Evreiskaya Provinces learn how to mitigate conflicts with tigers

When the Belt is Green
The International Year for the Salmon
Crane Festival Is Celebrated for the Seventh Year in the Headwaters of Amur
The Number of Stork Nests Is on the Rise in the Amur River Basin
The Breeding Season of Oriental Storks Is Captured on Film
“The Salmon in Muddy Waters” Documentary Released by the Taiga Planet Grassroots and WWF
The Third Working Meeting for the Chinese Members of China-Russia Reserve Network in the Heilongjiang River Basin
Mongolian Gazelle Migration Must Not Be Stopped
Indigenous people are ready to continue public monitoring the salmon resources in the tributaries of the Amur River
Korean Pine Day Celebrated in Support of Salmon
AHEC Ambassador Shapes Eco-education for Protecting Migratory Fish
The Wetland Network of Heilongjiang River Basin Established
“Plastic Free Kherlen River” Campaign Was A Success
Students Successfully Participated in Summer Camps
Sustainable Agriculture Technology Training for Farmers in Qian’an
Taimen Day was much informative for local communities

Brief News
Remote sensing of placer gold miners started in the Russian Far East
Tayozhnoye Hunting Lease
50 fire areas liquidated
WWF awarded the students of the Far Eastern Law Institute