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AHEC Newsletter N 56

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 #56 issue

You say Big Cats
Wider Tiger range in Zhangguangcai Mountain
Safety of Tigers and Leopards Depends on Ungulates Well-being
Expanded Dispersal Area of Amur Tiger Range in China
Two Regional Protected Areas Got All-terrain Vehicles
Story: Bees Help Protect Tigers
Donate the hive
Beekeeping and honey production can also protect the “the king of forest”
Compensation for human wildlife conflict
What is the compensation mechanism for HWC?
Short Stories by Pavel Fomenko on Tiger Conservation and Life in the Taiga Collected in One Book
Joint Project of WWF, VIBER Got International SABRE Award

Together for Conservation Effectiveness
Onon River, head of the Amur river kept from the risk of pollution
Huma River Fish Release
Damage Seen from Space: 1500 Kilometers of Rivers in the Amur Basin Polluted
Recommendations will be provided to local decision makers
Village Conservation Convention
Dating Service MAMBA will Help WWF Protecting Oriental Storks
Automatic camera research in Khar Yamaat nature reserve
Marking your Apiary on the Map is Saving the Linden
Lake enclosure is proven to be effective
First Storks Fitted with GPS Transmitters are Back in the Amur Basin
The brown bear released into wild
Living Taiga Contest of Conservation Journalism Announced its Winners
When the Belt is Green
Online quiz competition successfully organized
"New Homes" for scally-sided merganser
A White-naped crane released into wild after wintering in Rehab Centre
Local citizens are actively participating in the “Tree for water, water for life” campaign
Save Grassland
The best volunteer ranger is chosen
Crane Census Launched in the Amur River Basin
WWF Demands Obligatory Monitoring of Salmon Spawning Grounds Filling in Amur
Japanese Crane Discovered in Sokhondinsky Reserve’s Buffer Zone for the First Time Ever
World Fish Migration Day Celebrated Online in the Amur River Basin
Brief News
Skills Competition among Students of Forest Institutes Wrapped Up in Russia
Students from the Amur River Basin are Among Winners of the Global Fish Migration Art Award
Students of the Vladivostok Law Institute of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs participated in a Contest in Favor of Wild Nature
Freed to be Wild. New RT Documentary on Wildlife Conservation Projects in Russia now on air
WWF Announced Contest of Voiceover Texts for Video Clips about Cranes