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AHEC Newsletter N 53

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 #53 issue

You say Big Cats
Tigers Roaming Evreiskaya Province Should Have A Safe Ecological Corridor to Make Tours to China
New Threat to the Amur Tigers
A Red Deer Killed by a Possible Leopard in Huangnihe

Together for Conservation Effectiveness
Light up the Way Home, Guard the Return of the King
Tigers & Leopards Cross-border Conservation: Co-construction of Homes for Tigers & Leopards
Vladivostok Celebrated Tiger Day for the 20th Time
Successfully Developing Environment-friendly Business
The first Russian-Mongolian Ranger Competition Took Place in the Sources of the Amur River
A Modern Tourist Complex Is Being Constructed in the Udege Legend National Park
Field School for Environmental Journalists The Living Taiga Gathered Likeminded People for the 13th Time
International Tiger and Leopard Conservation Conference Held in Harbin
  
When the Belt is Green
Two Oriental Storks Release into the Wild after Rehabilitation
80 Oriental Storks were Fitted with GPS Trackers
Young Environmentalists from Four Countries Gathered together in the Year for the Salmon
Teachers from Eco Clubs Shared Their Achievements
New Members of the Students’ Brigades on Nature Conservation Are Ready to Run New Projects
The Sources of the Amur River Rally Held in the Year of the Salmon
Eco Club Students’ Successful Field Trip
Salmon Marathon Green Light for the Red Fish Moves up the Amur River
  
Technology Is Great
KEDR, the System of Satellite Monitoring, Will Be Put into Service in Primorsky Province
Biotechnical Measures for Wildlife
  
Brief News
Berkut, the Students’ Brigade on Nature Conservation, Impressed the Experts of the All-Russia Youth Forum
First Wild Musk Deer Carema Trap in Lesser Xing’an Mountain in China
A Falling-over Roe Deer Attracted Millions of Fans