Une donation présidentielle de 5 millions de roubles a été accordée au Centre de Réhabilitation et de Reintroduction du Tigre de l'Amour, situé dans le village d'Alekseievka (Province maritime du Primorje, Russie du Sud - Est). Amur Tiger Programme, hier.
The Centre for the Rehabilitation and Reintroduction of Tigers and Other Rare Animals has received almost five million roubles following a presidential grant competition, the first held in 2017. This is the largest grant won by a non-profit organisation in the Primorye Territory.
The funds will go towards the maintenance of equipment, purchasing of fuel,
The Centre for the Rehabilitation and Reintroduction of Tigers and Other Rare Animals in the village of Alekseyevka was built in 2011 by the employees of the Severtsov Institute of Ecology and Evolution at the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Tiger Special Inspectorate. Since 2012, eight Amur tigers have been in rehabilitation and later released back into the wild. The latest were Vladik and Filippa, who are being monitored through GPS collars and camera traps.
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