In 1995 WWF officially established an office in Moscow.
The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
+7 495 7270939
19 Nikoloyamskaya Street
WWF Russian Programme Office
Post Office Box 3
+7 495 727 0939
+7 495 727 0938
Covering about 6.2 million square kilometres, the Russian Arctic is home to large populations of wild reindeer (caribou), walruses and more than 7,000...
WWF has previously worked to monitor and protect the populations of brown bears and polar bears in Kamchatka. This includes the introduction of strate...
The world’s rarest wild cat has more than doubled over the past seven years.
Video footage released today of one of the most endangered species on the planet, the Amur leopard, ...
Frolicking snow leopard cubs show population is bouncing back
In a victory for conservationists, an oil platform planned near the habitat of a critically ...
Two more leopard cubs have been born in Russia just two months after two kittens were born to a ...
A WWF scientific expedition sets off tomorrow to tackle an enduring mystery in the icy seas ...
For the first time in 50 years two Persian leopard cubs have been born in a Russian national park ...
Russia’s State Duma has approved legislative amendments that mean tougher punishments for poaching ...
WWF-Russia is protesting prosecution orders to at least five Russian environmental organizations to ...
Japan’s announcement that it intends to raise the penalties for those convicted of wildlife ...