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AHEC Newsletter N 35

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 #35 issue

A word to the world
Mr Zhao Shucong, a Leader for a Living Planet. An inspiration for Tiger/Leopard conservation? (China)
Earth Hour 60+ was successfully celebrated in the Amur River Basin(China Mongolia Russia)
Notes from the field (Russia)

United for Conservation effectiveness
Cooperation (China)
An experience sharing tour of Sohond Park Administration Representatives to Mongolia

You said Big Cats?
About 2000 Russian trackers took part in the simultaneous Amur tiger survey across its entire range (Russia)
Wild Siberian tigers are breeding in China
At least 57 Amur leopards live in the Land of the Leopard National Park (Russia)
Towards Zero poaching in Asia (China)
WWF Russia joints efforts with the Government in tiger conservation (Russia)
SMART training (China)
Sniffer dogs help suppressing wildlife trafficking (Russia)
Camera trap monitoring workshop (China)
A video handbook for tiger trackers released (Russia)
Tiger corridor identification on He-Da highway (China)
Every person can count tigers (Russia)
Going towards wild Siberian tigers census in China
Ungulates survey (China)
WWF helps wild animals to survive harsh winter (Russia)
Training on forest fires combating in the Land of Leopard (Russia)
New wildlife reality show available online (Russia)

When the belt is green
Migratory birds’ population recovery and habitat protection(China)
Stop Fishnet! Action on Amur (Russia)
Important data on Taimen movements has been collected (Mongolia)

Walking through the evergreen Forest
Cutting Korean pines punished by law (Russia)
Local communities are very happy for what they have learned and done during this year’s “Snow Festival” (Mongolia)

For better Ecoregion