XII International Art Contest Results Announced

On May 13, 2017, Korean children – winners of the art contest devoted to the Amur tiger and leopard – were recognized at an award ceremony in Seoul, South Korea. It was the first stage of the international art contest … Продолжить

Tiger Day Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary

Traditionally the residents of Primorye celebrated Tiger Day on the last weekend in September. The Amur tiger was a ‘headliner’ of the 15th anniversary. Thanks to united efforts by administrations of Primorsky krai and Vladivostok city, the Amur Tiger Centre … Продолжить

The world of Amur tigers and leopards through the eyes of children

Young wildlife artists sent more than 2,000 amazing paintings of Amur tigers and leopards to Phoenix Fund for a drawing competition this year! On International Tiger Day – June 29, Phoenix started printing wall and pocket calendars with rare cats’ … Продолжить

Residents and ecologists appeal to governor to stop forest clearing

The heads of Luchegorsk, Fedoseev, Nagorny and Pozharsky towns opposed the sell by auction of Luchegorsky and Pozharsky district forestry for cutover. Officials co-operated with conservationists and NGOs in their appeal to Primorsky krai governor Sergei Darkin. Продолжить

Leopard Photo Exhibition to Take Place in Primorye

Kedrovaya Pad State Biosphere Nature Reserve and “Far Eastern Leopard” Primorsky regional NGO have launched a travelling exhibit devoted to the recently created Land of Leopard National Park. One hundred best photographs will be displayed at the exhibit. Продолжить

Fire in Forest

“The fight against fires should begin with the fight for hearts and minds of the local people” – is a strong assurance of the Phoenix Fund staff who have been involved in conservation of Amur leopard habitat for more than 10 years. Продолжить

«Trial Balloon» Launched!

The Third Open Festival of School and Youth Mass Media – “Trial Balloon” – was held in Luchegorsk. This year over 70 individuals, 32 youth film studios, 11 children and student press-centres from Primorsky krai, Amurskaya and Permskaya provinces, Moscow, Barnaul and other cities submitted their entries. Продолжить

Tiger in Schools

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