WWF in the Caucasus
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WWF Armenia hosts drawing competition for orphanages
As part of World Environment Day, WWF Armenia, together with the Armenian Public Relations ...
International Environmentalists for Leopard Conservation in the Caucasus
The Conservation Strategy for the Leopard in the Caucasus provides guidance for the ...
Reintroducing endangered leopards to the Northern Caucasus
WWF launches a reintroduction project that will see the critically endangered Persian leopards, ...
WWF assessment: Making protected area managment more effective in Georgia
Management Effectiveness Assessment of Protected Areas using WWF's RAPPAM Methodology. Georgia
Georgian national park joins European protected areas network
Georgia’s Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park, one of Europe’s largest parks, has increased its ...
Georgia's Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park to join PAN parks network
Last week, representatives of PAN Parks Foundation visited Borjomi-Kharagouli National Park to ...
Ecoregion Conservation Plan for the Caucasus, May 2006
WWF Caucasu PO Newsletter. October, 2006
What is new in the Caucasus? Newsletter overviews current achievements and developments of ...
WWF Cau PO and CEPF mutual effort in the Caucasus. First Grantees' Meeting in Juta, Greater Caucasus
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Caucasus PO and Critical Partnership Ecosystem Fund (CEPF) ...
Georgia establishes new national park in the Caucasus Mountains
A new national park in Georgia will protect a unique ecosystem of forests and wildlife in the west ...
Leopard in the Caucasus
Full of hopes, we see the evidences of recent increased frequency of leopards in the Caucasus region. The below video made in Zangezur Range, showing male and female, is a result of cooperation of WWF, the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources and the Institute of Bio-resources of Nakhchyvan branch of Azerbaijan Academy of Sciences.
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