After a long pause during the spring and autumn season when the hidden cameras couldn’t record presence of a leopard at the Olenevod deer farm in Khasan, the good news came – camera traps finally caught female leopard Sophie, her … Продолжить
For more than a year a female of Amur leopard named Sophie lives in close proximity of one of the deer farms located in the Khasansky district of Primorsky province. Such neighbourhood, of course, is not pleasant to the owner … Продолжить
Alexander Vrisch, coordinator of Phoenix’s educational projects, presented an Educator’s Tool Kit on Amur tiger, including a Teacher’s Guide and a DVD. The Kit was developed by 20 educators from eight districts of Primorye, representatives of Wildlife Conservation Society-Russia, Greenpeace-Russia, Primorsky Institute for Further Training of Educators, Lazovsky Nature Reserve, and representatives of Khabarovsky National Pedagogical University and All-Russia Nature Conservation Society from Khabarovsky krai. Продолжить
A unique Educator’s Tool Kit on the Amur leopard was awarded a gold medal as the best electronic publication at the 13th Far-Eastern Fair “Publishing House-2009”. Also, at the Second Far-Eastern Contest “Higher Education Publications-2009” the Kit was nominated as the best higher education publications in pedagogy and psychology fields and won the award. Продолжить
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
In August 2003 Phoenix with support from AMUR and Fauna and Flora International developed a Leopard Posters Educational Kit for Schools of Primorye. Продолжить
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
In December 2002 Phoenix with support from Rufford Foundation developed informative booklet on the black vulture population.
The project will increase the knowledge on the black vulture and awareness to the plight of this bird, strengthen ecological education, facilitate nature conservation, and therefore, create a more stable basis for conservation of the endangered species. Продолжить
In July 2007 Phoenix jointly with the Far Eastern National University (Vladivostok) released a field guide: “Plants and Animals of the Japan/East Sea”. The edition with a run of 4,000 copies comprises information in Russian and English on 405 species of the Russian part of the Japan Sea. Продолжить
In 2005, with support from the Rhinoceros &Tiger Conservation Fund, USA and the Save the Tiger Fund, Phoenix published a third edition of the booklet “Guidelines for human behavior and livestock management in tiger habitat”. Продолжить