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AHEC Newsletter N 38

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 #38 issue

A word to the world
New hope for the survival of Amur Leopard in China
High accolade of the Amur-Heilong Ecoregion
WWF staff awarded by the Government

United for Conservation effectiveness
Tightening tiger conservation cooperation between China and Thailand
Leading experts discussed conservation of the Amur tiger
On the verge of transboundary PAs network

You said Big Cats?
WWF extends its prey recovery expertise to Hanma national nature reserve (China)
Primorsky Province Hunting Department enforces protection of hunting lands (Russia)
The Amur leopard perfects its hunting skills in a new enclosure (Russia)
Soon a new NR in tiger range area-Dongjincheng to promote inner land’s settling down of Tiger (China)
Sweden helps to preserve Russia's northernmost tigers
New Year presents for tiger-mother and her cubs (Russia)
Wild tiger into the conquest of inner land of China
Towards a tiger figure for northeast China?
The Amur Tiger Conservation Action Plan in Heilongjiang is published! (China)
Ungulates in tiger habitat supplementary fed (Russia)
Food for ungulates during winter (China)
Tiger Uporny moves north of Khabarovsky Province (Russia) - Jilin province supports CA/TS (China)

When the belt is green
Rare turtles released into the wild in Khabarovsky Province
Fighting illegal net fishing in the Amur River basin
New appointment of the Executive Director of Onon River Fishers’ Club
Numbers of migratory birds occurring in OBNP are increasing
Oriental storks counted in the Amur River basin
Analysis of the illegal logging volume made by WWF experts

Walking through the evergreen Forest
A key source of the Amur River receives protection status (Russia)
Parameters of management effectiveness of Khar Yamaat Nature Reserve have been increased (Mongolia)
Mongolian gazelle finally came back to Dauria grasslands (Russia)
Local residents appreciate the campaign for the Mongolian gazelle (Mongolia)
From haze to blue sky (China)

Let Economy talks Environment!
HSCB staff became Oriental stork nests keepers (Russia)