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AHEC Newsletter N 40

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 #40 issue

A word to the world
The Amur Coalition strengthens its ranks
Verdicts to wildlife criminals
GIS open data portal created in Primorye
Law enforcement agencies agree to consolidate efforts to fight environmental crimes
Results of mini-grants contest for environmental NGOs announced
Nature reserves met mass media at the Far Eastern Media Summit

United for Conservation effectiveness
Ecological tunnel for people and leopards opened in Russia
WWF Russia and the Amur Tiger Center agreed on cooperation
The Amur basin celebrated World Migratory Bird Day

You said Big Cats?
Multiple partner workshop for a settlement population of Amur tiger in inland China
A new nature reserve to connect the Zhangguangcailing landscape of Amur tigers
Population and Habitat of Amur Leopard in China published

When the belt is green
Protection zones of the Kherlen River Basin identified for better conservation
Amur Green Belt united protected areas of China and Russia
Taimen fish population assessed in the Onon and Balj rivers
All stork nests saved from fire in Amurskaya Province
Amur-Heilong River’s Ambassador of Heilongjiang River in Xingkai Lake National Nature Reserve
Crane Festival is celebrated for the third year in the headwaters of Amur
Bird loving week in China

Walking through the evergreen Forest
KEDR system got support from Federal Forestry Agency of Russia
Children-scientists present study findings to local authorities and ask to take actions
A campaign launches, titled “Let every family be a fruit grower”