Swedish hunters help conserve Russia’s Amur tiger population

July 25, 2017
July 25, 2017 FACE

To educate the heads of Russian Far East hunting estates about better management of wild ungulates. This would result in a population increase, thus benefiting both hunters and tigers The heads of Russian hunting estates travelled to Sweden where they visited hunting estates, the National Veterinary Institute, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, and the Swedish Hunters Association. They were educated on wild ungulate management techniques. The Russian visitors were all heads of Far East Russian hunting estates, they visited Swedish hunting estates for advice and training

Country: Sweden,Russia
North and East Sweden; Primorye, Russia
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Species: Amur Tiger - Panthera Tigris Altaica;ungulates, In Particular Cervids
Species characteristics: Huntable species, Protected species, Threatened species
Type of actions: Management of habitats and wildlife, Communication
Leading partners: WWF-Russia (www.wwf.ru/eng),WWF-Sweden (http://www.wwf.se/)

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