Educational kit “Flora and Fauna of Russian Far East”

2006 Phoenix Fund and Primorsky Institute of Retraining and Advanced Training of Teachers with financial support from Vladivostok administration and with participation of “Computer Innovatiotions” Ltd. published educational kit “Flora and Fauna of Russian Far East” with teacher’s guides to them. Продолжить

Leopard posters educational kit

In August 2003 Phoenix with support from AMUR and Fauna and Flora International developed a Leopard Posters Educational Kit for Schools of Primorye. Продолжить

“Tiger at Home” educational kit

In August 2004 Phoenix with support from Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Foundation produced “Tiger at Home” educational kit for schools in Primorye. This kit consists of 4 colorful posters on the Amur tiger as well as teachers’ guide. Продолжить

Educational booklet “Home of the Far Eastern leopard”

In September 2002 Phoenix published 1,000 copies of an educational booklet “Home of the Far Eastern leopard” for local schools.
It covers the topics of the leopard biology, habitat, history and conservation efforts illustrated with the colourful children’s paintings of this beautiful animal. The goal of the project is to increase awareness of the local population and foster positive attitude towards leopards. Продолжить

Biological diversity of Primorsky region (animals).

In 2006, Phoenix Fund and Primorsky Institute of Retraining and Advanced Training of Teachers with financial support from Vladivostok administration and with participation of “Computer Innovatiotions” Ltd. developed two multimedia encyclopedias “Biological diversity of Primorsky region (animals)” and “Sea inhabitants of Russian Far Southeast”. Продолжить

Children’s Tiger Book

In 2004 the Phoenix Fund in cooperation with AMUR and Moscow Zoo, and with support from 21st Century Tiger started implementation of ‘Amur tiger Education and Awareness’ project. Within the framework of this project in July 2005 the Phoenix Fund published children’s Tiger Book provided with Teacher’s Pack. Продолжить

Project “HELP!”

It is clear that surviving in Primorsky forests is hard on their dwellers today. It is too hard for them to survive under the condition of total poaching, illegal logging, lack of food, and forest fires. They cannot survive without our help. Продолжить