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The National Park “Land of the Leopard” and the tiger in the pocket

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocketANO "Far Eastern leopards" ANO "Far Eastern leopards"

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocket

ANO "Far Eastern leopards" came up with the initiative to include in the "Land of the Leopard" a new land plot of 6000 ha. The coastal area in the vicinity of Andreevka village of Primorsky Krai can be included in the national park in the form of a separate cluster, where rare spotted cats also live, the press service of the National Park informs.

"Far Eastern leopards" is an autonomous non-profit organization set up in 2011 to study, preserve and restore the population of the world’s rarest large cat. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Russian Federation on environmental protection, ecology and transport issues Sergey Ivanov. With the support of the ANO, photomonitoring, feeding of ungulates, as well as combating forest fires and poaching are conducted in the National Park "Land of the Leopard".

In 2017, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" received a gift and landed a land plot within the former deer park near the settlement of Andreevka, Khasansky district. This territory borders directly with the Far Eastern marine reserve, impressing with its beautiful landscapes and rich biological diversity. In addition, the Far Eastern leopard and the Amur tiger have been recorded here many times.

Until recently, this area was covered by human activities. With the decrease in anthropogenic impact, this site could provide an opportunity for expanding the Far Eastern leopard. Over the past 100 years, the habitat area of ​​a rare cat has decreased 40 times, but now the population growth forces. In this regard, the initiative of the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" to include a new site of the FGBU "Land of the Leopard".

Currently, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" in cooperation with FGBU "Land of the Leopard" is working on the preparation of the national park. The next stage will be a state environmental assessment, after which the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia will forward the draft resolution on the accession of the new cluster to the national park for consideration by the Government of the Russian Federation. As the owner of the land, before the completion of this work, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" intends to take all to comply with the requirements of environmental legislation.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" was created on April 5, 2012. At present, its area is 262,000 hectares. Over 6 years of existence, "Leopard Land" has achieved significant results in preserving the unique nature of this corner of Russia. Due to successful suppression of poaching attempts, effective work on winter feeding of ungulates, the main forage of predatory cats, the number of Far Eastern leopards has increased and tends to grow further. In a relatively short time, about 10 years, cats has more than doubled, from 30 to 84 individuals.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocket

ANO "Far Eastern leopards" ANO "Far Eastern leopards"

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocket

ANO "Far Eastern leopards" came up with the initiative to include in the "Land of the Leopard" a new land plot of 6000 ha. The coastal area in the vicinity of Andreevka village of Primorsky Krai can be included in the national park in the form of a separate cluster.

"Far Eastern leopards" is an autonomous non-profit organization set up in 2011 to study, preserve and restore the population of the world’s rarest large cat. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Russian Federation on environmental protection, ecology and transport issues Sergey Ivanov. With the support of the ANO, photomonitoring, feeding of ungulates, as well as combating forest fires and poaching are conducted in the National Park "Land of the Leopard".

In 2017, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" received a gift and landed a land plot within the former deer park near the settlement of Andreevka, Khasansky district. This territory borders directly with the Far Eastern marine reserve, impressing with its beautiful landscapes and rich biological diversity. In addition, the Far Eastern leopard and the Amur tiger have been recorded here many times.

Until recently, this area was little protected and already partially affected by human activities. With the decrease in anthropogenic impact, this site could provide an opportunity for expanding the Far Eastern leopard. Over the past 100 years, the habitat area of ​​a rare cat has decreased 40 times, but now the population growth forces. In this regard, the initiative of the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" to include a new site in the PA "Land of the Leopard".

Currently, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" in cooperation with FGBU "Land of the Leopard" is working on the preparation of the national park. The next stage will be a state environmental assessment, after which the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia will forward the draft resolution on the accession of the new cluster to the national park for consideration by the Government of the Russian Federation. As the owner of the land, before the completion of this work, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" intends to take.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" was created on April 5, 2012. At present, its area is 262,000 hectares. Over 6 years of existence, "Leopard Land" has achieved significant results in preserving the unique nature of this corner of Russia. Due to successful suppression of poaching attempts, effective work on winter feeding of ungulates, the main forage of predatory cats, the number of Far Eastern leopards has increased and tends to grow further. In a relatively short time, about 10 years, the population of the Red Book cats has more than doubled, from 30 to 84 individuals.

And in Moscow, to draw attention to the problem of the disappearance of one of the smallest and largest subspecies of the tiger, which is listed in the Red Book of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and in the Red Book of Russia cards.

Transport cards "Troika" depicting the Amur tiger will appear at the ticket offices of the Moscow metro starting July 29. The Tiger Day, which studies and preserves the population of this rare predator Mayor of Moscow reports.

"We regularly issue thematic maps" Troika ", which are in great demand among our passengers. By the International tiger day, we have released a unique "Three" limited edition of three thousand copies, "- said the first Roman Latypov. Deputy head of the metro for strategic development and client work.

On the front side of the map is drawn a hiding in the grass Amur tiger. On the reverse side are depicted black and orange stripes – a characteristic color of the representative of the cat family, which is on the verge of extinction.

The Amur tiger is one of the smallest, with the largest and northern subspecies of the tiger. In Russia, 95% of its world population lives (according to the 2015 census, 523-540 individuals). It is a unique species that is not only national, but also universal value. The thematic "Troika" will attract the attention of citizens to the problem of preserving the predator. Perhaps a bright travel card will prompt you to learn more about this book beast, inspire you to read books and scientific articles about it.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocketANO "Far Eastern leopards" ANO "Far Eastern leopards"

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocket

ANO "Far Eastern leopards" came up with the initiative to include in the "Land of the Leopard" a new land plot of 6000 ha. The coastal area in the vicinity of Andreevka village of Primorsky Krai can be included in the national park in the form of a separate cluster, where rare spotted cats also live, the press service of the National Park informs.

"Far Eastern leopards" is an autonomous non-profit organization set up in 2011 to study, preserve and restore the population of the world’s rarest large cat. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Russian Federation on environmental protection, ecology and transport issues Sergey Ivanov. With the support of the ANO, photomonitoring, feeding of ungulates, as well as combating forest fires and poaching are conducted in the National Park "Land of the Leopard".

In 2017, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" received a gift and landed a land plot within the former deer park near the settlement of Andreevka, Khasansky district. This territory borders directly with the Far Eastern marine reserve, impressing with its beautiful landscapes and rich biological diversity. In addition, the Far Eastern leopard and the Amur tiger have been recorded here many times.

Until recently, this area was covered by human activities. With the decrease in anthropogenic impact, this site could provide an opportunity for expanding the Far Eastern leopard. Over the past 100 years, the habitat area of ​​a rare cat has decreased 40 times, but now the population growth forces. In this regard, the initiative of the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" to include a new site of the FGBU "Land of the Leopard".

Currently, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" in cooperation with FGBU "Land of the Leopard" is working on the preparation of the national park. The next stage will be a state environmental assessment, after which the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia will forward the draft resolution on the accession of the new cluster to the national park for consideration by the Government of the Russian Federation. As the owner of the land, before the completion of this work, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" intends to take all to comply with the requirements of environmental legislation.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" was created on April 5, 2012. At present, its area is 262,000 hectares. Over 6 years of existence, "Leopard Land" has achieved significant results in preserving the unique nature of this corner of Russia. Due to successful suppression of poaching attempts, effective work on winter feeding of ungulates, the main forage of predatory cats, the number of Far Eastern leopards has increased and tends to grow further. In a relatively short time, about 10 years, cats has more than doubled, from 30 to 84 individuals.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocket

ANO "Far Eastern leopards" ANO "Far Eastern leopards"

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" and the tiger in the pocket

ANO "Far Eastern leopards" came up with the initiative to include in the "Land of the Leopard" a new land plot of 6000 ha. The coastal area in the vicinity of Andreevka village of Primorsky Krai can be included in the national park in the form of a separate cluster.

"Far Eastern leopards" is an autonomous non-profit organization set up in 2011 to study, preserve and restore the population of the world’s rarest large cat. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Russian Federation on environmental protection, ecology and transport issues Sergey Ivanov. With the support of the ANO, photomonitoring, feeding of ungulates, as well as combating forest fires and poaching are conducted in the National Park "Land of the Leopard".

In 2017, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" received a gift and landed a land plot within the former deer park near the settlement of Andreevka, Khasansky district. This territory borders directly with the Far Eastern marine reserve, impressing with its beautiful landscapes and rich biological diversity. In addition, the Far Eastern leopard and the Amur tiger have been recorded here many times.

Until recently, this area was little protected and already partially affected by human activities. With the decrease in anthropogenic impact, this site could provide an opportunity for expanding the Far Eastern leopard. Over the past 100 years, the habitat area of ​​a rare cat has decreased 40 times, but now the population growth forces. In this regard, the initiative of the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" to include a new site in the PA "Land of the Leopard".

Currently, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" in cooperation with FGBU "Land of the Leopard" is working on the preparation of the national park. The next stage will be a state environmental assessment, after which the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia will forward the draft resolution on the accession of the new cluster to the national park for consideration by the Government of the Russian Federation. As the owner of the land, before the completion of this work, the ANE "Far Eastern leopards" intends to take.

The National Park "Land of the Leopard" was created on April 5, 2012. At present, its area is 262,000 hectares. Over 6 years of existence, "Leopard Land" has achieved significant results in preserving the unique nature of this corner of Russia. Due to successful suppression of poaching attempts, effective work on winter feeding of ungulates, the main forage of predatory cats, the number of Far Eastern leopards has increased and tends to grow further. In a relatively short time, about 10 years, the population of the Red Book cats has more than doubled, from 30 to 84 individuals.

And in Moscow, to draw attention to the problem of the disappearance of one of the smallest and largest subspecies of the tiger, which is listed in the Red Book of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and in the Red Book of Russia cards.

Transport cards "Troika" depicting the Amur tiger will appear at the ticket offices of the Moscow metro starting July 29. The Tiger Day, which studies and preserves the population of this rare predator Mayor of Moscow reports.

"We regularly issue thematic maps" Troika ", which are in great demand among our passengers. By the International tiger day, we have released a unique "Three" limited edition of three thousand copies, "- said the first Roman Latypov. Deputy head of the metro for strategic development and client work.

On the front side of the map is drawn a hiding in the grass Amur tiger. On the reverse side are depicted black and orange stripes – a characteristic color of the representative of the cat family, which is on the verge of extinction.

The Amur tiger is one of the smallest, with the largest and northern subspecies of the tiger. In Russia, 95% of its world population lives (according to the 2015 census, 523-540 individuals). It is a unique species that is not only national, but also universal value. The thematic "Troika" will attract the attention of citizens to the problem of preserving the predator. Perhaps a bright travel card will prompt you to learn more about this book beast, inspire you to read books and scientific articles about it.

International tiger day was established in 2010 and since then it has been celebrated on July 29. On this day, special attention is paid to the problem of the disappearance of tigers and ways to protect them. The Amur tiger lives in the southeast of Russia, along the banks of the Amur and Ussuri rivers in the Khabarovsk and Primorye Territories.

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