Ooh la la Cinderalla has herself an admirer
Cinderella, the female Amur tigress that was released back into the wild in 2013 has been spotted in the Bastak Nature Reserve in the Russian Far East. As good as it is to hear that Cinderella has been wondering in and out of the Bastak Nature Reserve healthy and strong, it’s even better news to hear that [...]
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Amazing news from China
Wildlife Conservation Society’s Jon Slaght has sent us this blog update with incredible news from China: FIRST DOCUMENTATION OF AMUR LEOPARD REPRODUCTION IN CHINA! On October 9th 2013, video camera traps set by the Forestry Bureau of Jilin Province in the Wangqing Nature Reserve in northeast China recorded footage of a female Amur leopard with [...]
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A decline in the wild Amur tiger population
It’s a sad day for the Amur tigers. Last week when rangers were patrolling a National Park in Russia, they came across a dead male Amur tiger. It was believed that the death of this individual was due to poaching.
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- Nov 29, 2013 A Winning Photograph
- Nov 27, 2013 Amazing news from China
- Nov 26, 2013 A decline in the wild Amur tiger population
- Nov 19, 2013 Government participation in the conservation of Amur leopard and tigers
- Nov 19, 2013 New Addition to Family of Far Eastern leopards
- Oct 22, 2013 Liquidating the forests
- Oct 15, 2013 We’re not dead yet!