National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers

 
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has made updates to their project page.
    • 11 months ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Final project report
    By - Sergei Bereznuk - Director of Phoenix Fund
    Phoenix has been co-operating fruitfully with Zov Tigra National Park since its establishment in 2008 and will continue to assist in their efforts to keep tiger and prey numbers stable. The anti-poaching teams of the Park prevent/reveal violations of protection regime, gather all tips concerning supposed tiger traders,...
    • 11 months ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has received 5 donations
    • 11 months ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has received 38 donations
    • 1 year ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Great patrol results and coming changes
    By - Victoria Parfyonova - Project Coordinator
    During the first half of this year, the law enforcement efforts in Zov Tigra National Park were higher than in 2013! It means the law enforcement monitoring programme MIST that you have supported through your donations helped to increase the quality of patrol efforts substantially: the inspectors carried out more foot...
    • 1 year ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    A year of achievements
    By - Victoria Parfyonova - Project Coordinator
    The Phoenix Fund has been supporting the Zov Tigra National Park since its establishment in 2008. And thanks to financial support from the GlobalGiving community in 2013 we continued providing the park’s anti-poaching teams with fuel and spare and repair parts for patrol vehicles and inspectors could carry out...
    • 1 year ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    A 400% increase of tigers in the Zov Tigra!
    By - Victoria Parfyonova - Project Coordinator
    Monitoring of Amur tigers Over the past three years our partners from Zoological Society of London have been using camera traps to monitor tigers and also conducting snow track surveys in Zov Tigra National Park (ZT). Because it is vitally important to understand how tigers move within their range inside and outside of the...
    • 1 year ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Anti-poaching efforts during third quarter 2013
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Project manager
    During the third quarter 2013 the inspectors of two mobile anti-poaching teams spent the majority of their time patrolling along the perimeter of Zov Tigra National Park and in its core area. Additionally, they conducted fieldwork to track animal populations and performed educational outreach services. During the patrols...
    • 2 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has received 20 donations
    • 2 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Anti-poaching activities in Zov Tigra
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Project manager
    During the second quarter of 2013 the inspectors conducted 20 anti-poaching patrols and covered 2,801 km, including 502 km on foot, in order to reveal and prevent wildlife crimes in Zov Tigra National Park. As a result, three administrative citations were issued upon violators: one for camping outside of the designated...
    • 2 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Best ranger serves the national park
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Project manager
    We are glad to report that one of the best wildlife rangers of our region fights poaching in the Zov Tigra national park! In September 2012 during the celebration of annual Tiger Day festival in Vladivostok the names of the two Best Rangers of Primorsky province were announced following the result of the anti-poaching work...
    • 2 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Patrol work in Zov Tigra bacame more efficient
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Progect manager
    Since the creation of the park there are still areas where the foot of inspector never stepped because of poor accessibility of the park. Due to the mountainous terrain to the north and south of the Park and a few surfaced roads, vehicular access is extremely limited and particularly so during winter and spring, when roads...
    • 2 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    One ATV finally bought for Zov Tigra
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Progect manager
    In June 2012 Phoenix Fund finally purchased the first ATV for the Zov Tigra Natonal Park with the sponsorship of Healthy Planet. The vehicle already have been used by the anti-poaching team of the park and showed great performance. This means that at least two more ATVs would be extremely useful for law-enforcement service...
    • 3 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has received 20 donations
    • 3 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Anti-poaching work in the first half of the year
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Progect manager
    In January, the inspectors conducted six many-day patrols along the periphery of the protected area and in the core area of the national park. While patrolling, the guardians spotted a lot of tracks left by various wild animals, namely red deer, sika deer, Amur tiger and others, which indicated a high wildlife density in...
    • 3 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Tigers in the park
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Progect manager
    During one of the field trips to Lazovsky district the members of the Phoenix Fund and a tiger specialist spent a few days in the Zov Tigra national park in the Milogradova river area. The visit was timed to a meeting with managers and law-enforcement teams of the protected area to present them a report on anti-poaching...
    • 3 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    The annual report on anti-poaching results
    By - Sergei Bereznuk - Director
    The Zov Tigra National Park — the name of which translates from Russian to mean "Roar of the Tiger" — is the first protected area of its kind in Russia's Far East. The 200,000-acre park, established in 2008, protects the tiger's habitat while simultaneously allowing for nature tourism. The biodiversity in the...
    • 3 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Uncontrolled felling of trees
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Project coordinator
    In October, the inspectors of “South” and “North” teams of Zov Tigra National Park were on regular duties and carried out five anti-poaching patrols. In October, the South team spent 21 patrols days in the field and covered 226 km on foot and 82 km by motor vehicles, checked four wooden lodges, six...
    • 4 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers posted a progress report
    Inspectors on duty
    By - Victoria Molchanova - Project Coordinator
    During the summer season the inspectors were on duty at the inspectors’ stations of Zov Tigra National Park, conducting more than 30 foot patrols per month. The Park has currently has two motorcycles in its arsenal which allow the inspectors to patrol areas of backcountry. Now, the inspectors on motorcycles conduct...
    • 4 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has received 11 donations
    • 4 years ago
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  • National Park Needs ATV to Protect Amur Tigers has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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Organization

Phoenix Fund

Vladivostok, Primorski Krai, Russia
http://fundphoenix.org/en/

Project Leader

Sergei Bereznuk

Vladivostok, Primorsky krai Russia

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