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World Wildlife Fund and reserves summarize the Year of the Cupid

Reserves and national parks in the south of the Far East and Transbaikalia started a series of events dedicated to the 20 anniversary of WWF and the results of the Year of the Amur. The press service of the Fund reports.

2014 in the south of the Far East was declared by WWF the Year of the Amur, the motto of which is “The river has the right to free flow!”. Together with nature reserves and national parks, nature protection teams and public organizations, WWF draws attention to the problems of using the floodplain, water and biological resources of the great river, its conservation and sustainable use. The asset has already dozens of events held. Cupid and its inhabitants became heroes of the first World Day of Migratory Fish in 5 regions and regions of the Amur basin. During October, starting from the World Day for the Conservation of Habitats, the reserves and national parks will hold events dedicated to the 20th anniversary of WWF Russia and the results of the Year of the Amur.

The idea to tell about the contribution of each reserve to the conservation of biological diversity and the role of the World Wildlife Fund in the creation of a system of specially protected natural areas in the Amur ecoregion arose in August this year at a seminar that WWF Russia held in Primorye for environmental educators of 20 reserves and national parks of the Far East and Transbaikalia.

“The well-being of the red book species of animals depends on their habitat. The more protected animals are, the more likely they are to survive. Such conditions can be provided only on PAs. Therefore, the main task of the World Wildlife Fund is to create protected areas at various levels in the Amur Ecoregion, ”says Svetlana Titova, protected area projects coordinator at the WWF Russia Amur branch. scientific institutions. " 

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