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AHEC Newsletter N 59

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 #59 issue

Asian Big Cats
On a Mission to Protect China’s Amur Tiger
Special Action against Wildlife Illegal Activities
Beekeepers and Hunters Joined Efforts to Preserve Honey-Bearing Forests of Primorye
VTB Bank and WWF Support the Rehab Centre TIGR in Primorye
Hunting Clubs of Primorye were Trained to Increase Ungulates Numbers and Carry out Sustainable Hunting Management
New Snowmobiles for the Bikin National Park
Tiger Pen-Friend Project in Social Media

Green belt of Amur
From Russia to South Korea: New Scientific Data on Oriental Stork Migration
Two Rarest Red-Crowned Cranes Released into the Wild in Primorye
Nest Building for Scaly-sided Merganser
Barbed Fences around Croplands are a Threat to Mongolian Gazelle
Inventory on the Ungulates within Khar Yamaat Nature Reserve has been Initiated
Khar Yamaat Nature Reserve is Bouncing Back
Recent Conservation Efforts on Ereen Range
Capacity Building Training for Newly Recruited Rangers
Yet Another Grid Company Joined Actions on Oriental Stork Conservation
The Year for the Wetlands-2021 kicked off on World Wetlands Day in the Amur Heilong River Basin
Ten Activists in Amurskaya Province Received Certificates of Public Inspectors
E-training on Improved Law Enforcement

Green Economy
WWF Appeals to the Ministry of the Environment to Protect Rivers from Placer Gold Mining

Sustainable Forestry
In Primorye, Auctions for Timber Harvesting in the Rest Zones for Linden and in Green Areas of Settlements Stopped
    
Communication
In the Year for the Wetlands Protected Areas of the Amur Basin Launched a Campaign to Protect Rivers, Lakes, and Swamps
E-competition for “Steppe Ecosystems”
Awareness Activity on the Value of Water and its Efficient Use
Earth Hour 2021 in China
Earth Hour 2021 in Russia