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Siberian tigers & Amur leopards Photography tours! Come to discover wild Russia!

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(02-14-2019, 08:35 PM)Wolverine Wrote: Looks like there is no snow on the ground. It's known that winters in your region are dry and cold, but didn't think that they are so dry. Should be enough grass and food for the herbivores.

In fact this is the driest winter ever and it means there are many forest fires than. This is a problem.
But finally we had snow several days ago, it melted on the second day.
On the North of our region it is about 50 cm snow in taiga and enormous amount of fresh tigers footprints.)
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( This post was last modified: 02-20-2019, 05:38 PM by Rishi )

Here are some videos and pictures from our Amur Leopard Photography Tour. Videos are by camera traps, pictures by our successful tourist Abilash Sekar, enjoy!

The guys called the tiger The owner of Ussuri taiga and the Leopard is its mysterious spirit. They behavior differs so much!












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China teams up with Russia in tiger, leopard protection
CGTN

 2019.11.22 

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Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park confirmed Thursday that it has signed a three-year cooperative action plan with a Russian national park to beef up cooperation in the protection of Siberian tigers and Amur leopards.

The action plan was signed by the Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park and Russia's Land of the Leopard national park last Sunday.
It includes 14 action plans and nine long-term activities, including special researches on cross-border activities of tigers and leopards, data sharing and exchanges on ecological protection of nature reserves, according to the management bureau of the national park, located in northeast China's Jilin Province.



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The two sides will also focus on improving the ecological environment in border areas, thereby laying a solid foundation for regional ecological balance and sustainable development.
Zhao Li, director of the management bureau, hopes to improve the management level and work efficiency of the park through cooperation.

Siberian tigers, otherwise known as Amur or Manchurian tigers, mainly live in eastern Russia, northeast China and the northern part of the Korean Peninsula. Meanwhile, Amur leopards, also known as the Far Eastern leopards, are one of the most endangered felines in the world and have been listed as critically endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
China has been making efforts to protect wildlife including Siberian tigers and Amur leopards. China is believed to house at least 27 wild Siberian tigers and 42 Amur leopards.

(Edited by Zhao Ying.)
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