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8 mars 2012 4 08 /03 /mars /2012 17:50

Deux ans après l'échange de deux tigres russes contre deux léopards persans (échec de l'opération fin 2010), un an après le lancement officiel d'un programme de repopulation progressive des rives du Lac Balkash (Kazakstan oriental) à partir de noyaux familiaux russes (voir pages blog publiées les 25 mars et 14 avril 2011), Russie et Iran ont convenu officiellement, le 27 février dernier, de l'échange, courant 2012, de plusieurs tigres russes contre plusieurs léopards persans (ces derniers destinés à renforcer la population de léopards sauvages européens).

Source :

http://premier.gov.ru/patron/en/tiger/news/18372

Il convient toutefois de rester très prudent vis à vis de cette initiative, aucune date précise ni modalité détaillée n'ayant été fournie à ce jour. Qui plus est, "There is no reserve in Iran which can support "a" tiger preys for even one year!" (Arash Goddhousi, communication personnelle, 10 mars).

En tout état de cause,, après avoir vidé l'Asie centrale de ses tigres lors de la première moitié du siècle dernier, la Russie commence à réensemencer celle - ci.

En attendant la Turquie, et l'espace russe entre Azov et Caspienne, hanté par ces grands fauves au moins jusqu'au 16ème siècle (et peut être jusqu'au 18ème).

 

Un plan similaire est actuellement en cours, depuis avril 2011, avec la Corée du sud, qui n'a plus de tigre sauvage sur son sol depuis 1922.

 

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7 mars 2012 3 07 /03 /mars /2012 10:35

LES CHINOIS RICHES PEUVENT CHASSER L'OURS POLAIRE CANADIEN POUR 60 000 EUROS (en comparaison, le braconnage d'un tigre du Primorye a coûté 3 fois moins à son auteur, voir page "After Two years", publiée sur ce blog avant - hier).

Des vacances dont ils se souviendront toute leur vie: voilà ce que promet une agence de voyages, baptisée «I love hunting club», aux Chinois fortunés prêts à mettre 60.000 euros dans une expédition de dix jours dans le grand nord canadien. Au programme, vol en première classe, hôtel cinq étoiles, mais surtout chasse à l'ours polaire et transformation de la bête en tapis pour ramener un souvenir, rapporte le Guangzhou Daily.

Basée à Pékin, l'agence vend de l'aventure aux citadins: «L'ours polaire est le plus grand prédateur naturel d'Amérique du nord, peut-on lire dans la brochure. Leur poids peut atteindre une tonne et ils peuvent mesurer plus de trois mètres. Les grands mâles sont les plus majestueux, les plus beaux prix de chasse.»

Un DVD et un tapis en souvenir

Les touristes partent à l'assaut des ours sur des traîneaux tirés par des chiens, accompagnés par des Inuits. Munis d'un fusil puissant, et formés à s'en servir, ils peuvent ensuite partir en chasse sous l'œil d'un photographe et d'une caméra qui leur fourniront les images souvenirs de leur expédition. Le gouvernement canadien accorde des permis de chasse limitant le butin à un ours mâle par touriste.

D'autres sites proposent aux Chinois de partir en chasse pour les vacances : ours bruns, rhinocéros, cerfs,… Le dirigeant de l'agence «52safari» dément avoir organisé des chasses à l'ours polaire, mais a retiré la page Web de son site proposant ces voyages, après que le quotidien britannique The Daily Mail se soit fait l'écho de ces activités. On peut néanmoins toujours y voir des photos et des vidéos attisant les instincts chasseurs des touristes chinois.

 

En Russie, l'ours polaire fait l'objet d'un programme de protection particulier, au même tigre que le tigre, l'once, et la baleine blanche beluga. Le 24 février dernier, des représentants du gouvernement russe, d'institutions scientifiques et d'ONG se sont réunis à Moscou pour demander le passage de cet animal de l'Annexe II à l'Annexe I (protection stricte) de la CITES.

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5 mars 2012 1 05 /03 /mars /2012 18:29

SUITE A L'ARTICLE "ORPHAN" PUBLIE LE 27 FEVRIER DERNIER.

Le tigreau va survivre (source : Phoenix Fund, ce jour).

An Amur tiger cub was found barely alive in Primorye on February 25, 2012. The young predator aged approximately 5-6 months was saved by Hunting Management Department specialists who conducted an annual wildlife survey on the hunting grounds of Borisovkoye hunting lease. The animal was so exhausted that one could take it barehanded. Its foreleg and tail were likely to be frostbitten. The cub came close to a hunter's cabin as if it asked people to help. As it was too risky to leave the helpless young tiger in the forest, the Hunitng Management Department specialists decided to take the animal out of the wild and keep it indoors where it could get warm and be checked by veterinarians. According to the vets, if the young predator had not been rescued that day, it would have died the next day.

At the moment, it is very important to find out why the cub turned out to be alone in the forest. Usually tigers separate and begin their own independent lives at the age of two. This cub is too young (approximately 5-6 months old) to be separated from its mother. The specialists initiated a search for the tigress.

On March 4, Inspection Tiger press officer informed that the cub would be taken to the newly constructed Tiger Rehabilitation Centre in Primorye. He also added that there was no danger to animal's health anymore and that the cub was on its way to full recovery. The young predator became more active and began to show the normal fear of humans which is a necessary ability that helps wild animals survive in taiga.

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5 mars 2012 1 05 /03 /mars /2012 18:07

Tuer un tigre coûte désormais 575 125 roubles au titre de la restitution et 200 000 roubles d'amende (soit environ 25 000 dollars ou 20 000 euros) deux ans après les faits : une très jeune tigresse épuisée et affamée abattue par derrière (Source : WWF Russia, ce jour)

In Primorye, finally convicted of killing a tiger, committed two years ago

575,125 rubles environmental damage pay a poacher who killed tiger caught in a trap.
WWF cchitaetsya that only the sluggishness of inquiry and investigation helped the offender to avoid a tougher punishment.

February 22, 2012 in the Primorye region Krasnoarmeysk magistrate convicted on Kulyabina V., who was found guilty of that in January 2010 has made illegal hunting for a female tiger in order to further the implementation of tiger skins and bones kit.

Recall, March 7, 2010 at the crossroads village Filaretovka - Ruzhino during the joint work of traffic police officers DPS and the Office of hunting supervision of Primorsky Krai has been stopped and searched a car in the trunk of which were found the skeleton and skin of tiger. Thanks, including specialized knowledge employee of the Office of hunting supervision, the same day, a criminal investigation into the illegal hunting of animals included in the list of species listed in Red Data Book of Russia.

At the hearing Kulyabin B. pleaded not guilty, explaining that the tiger was shot, the defensive.  However, the totality of the evidence examined by the court, including the conclusion of a number of examinations conducted on the remains of the animal's skin and the staff of WWF-Russia Amur branch, and the testimony of employees of the Office of hunting supervision possible to establish not only the violent death of the animal, re-create the whole picture of what happened, but also to refute the defendant's version of the self-defense.

According to the expert version of WWF, this tiger is likely due to the death of the tigress, was left motherless at the age of 6-7 months. In this age in the winter the tiger can not earn their living, as yet not able to successfully hunt the ungulates.  Over the same small animals that make up the diet of the predator, badgers and raccoon dogs were in the winter sleep, and hares in this area are scarce.  Thus, the tiger was forced to earn their living by eating the bait near the trap set for fur-bearing animals.  In one of them he pleased. A citizen exercising checking traps, found an animal caught in a helpless state and unable to resist.Having the time to make a decision, V. Kulyabin instead provide a specially authorized by the structure of this fact, and thereby save the life of Tiger Cub, has decided to cash in and killed the beast cowardly shot from the back.

"Cases against killing wild animals is difficult to always investigated, and it would be naive to assume that they all lead to the punishment of perpetrators.  Therefore, the imposition of punishment, even in this form is indicative of the others.  Appointed a lawsuit - a rather large sum for the average citizen, but not enough to ensure individuals. On the eve of and on the world forum to save the tiger in St. Petersburg in 2010, the Heads of Government participating in the forum, including our country, done a lot of statements about the need to toughen penalties for this type of crime and paying more attention to this issue - comments on the program coordinator of WWF Russia Amur branch Conservation bioraznooobraziya Sergei Aramilev - In fact, so not happening.  It is still not accepted by a number of amendments to the Criminal and Administrative Codes of the Russian Federation to allow adequate penalties apply to persons who were killed, transported, stored, or moved abroad for animals listed in the Red Book of Russia, and their body parts. "

A resident of the district Krasnoarmeyskiy Kulyabin VG  convicted of an offense under subsection  "And in" Part 1, Art. 258  258 of the Criminal Code and the court determined his sentence to a fine amounting to 200 thousand rubles. However, the latter released from punishment pursuant to § 8 Art. 302 of the Code in connection with the lapse of criminal prosecution.  Nevertheless, the court granted the application in the criminal investigation action to recover from the convicted environmental damage in the amount of 575,125 rubles, caused by the illegal hunting of Amur tiger.

"Cases in this category include the RF Criminal Code to offenses of moderate severity and are subject to investigation of the investigation, - says Gennady Zherebkin, Coordinator of Legal Support Project Siberian Branch of WWF. - However, the sluggishness of the inquiry, in the manufacture of which more than a year were the case, and, later, investigators are so protracted zavolokitila the criminal case that at the time of his examination in court ended a two-year statutory period of limitation of criminal prosecution. As a result - the convict released from punishment. Analysis and investigation of other criminal cases cause huge environmental focus of complaints to the organs of investigation, which did not show sufficient activity, moreover, without sufficient legal grounds many times unnecessarily suspend the investigation, which leads to the release of offenders from punishment. "

Despite the evidence of events, conducting all examinations, and even taking the investigation of the case high-ranking officials in the control material has not yet been transferred to the court. And if the investigating authorities did not hurry, it is possible that it will develop in the same scenario.

WWF like: if you have found in the woods wounded or exhausted, or the tiger caught in a noose, trap or another trap - do not attempt to resolve the situation. Should immediately report this incident to the specially authorized bodies. In Primorye, is the Office of hunting supervision of Primorsky Krai, which is engaged in the resolution of all conflicts with tigers and other big predators outside the federal protected areas. 

Telephone Office in Vladivostok - 8 (423) 2344890.

 

LE 6 MARS, le PHOENIX FUND DONNERA LES PRECISIONS SUIVANTES :

On February 22, 2012 a man who killed an Amur tiger in January 2010 was found guilty after a two-year trial. He was sentenced to pay a $6,800 (200,000 rubles) criminal fine and $19,630 (575,125 rubles) in restitution.

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3 mars 2012 6 03 /03 /mars /2012 10:45

CETTE NUIT, EVGENY KASHKAROV, NATURALISTE ET REDACTEUR EN CHEF DE LA REVUE SCIENTIFIQUE "RHYTHMES" M'A ENVOYE CECI :

Dear Alain,
You makes good deal to light Amur tiger interesting info for the West.

Long-distance migrations still continue, because situation inside the core area is horrible: no food and high level of poaching. WWF is quiet about that and demonstrate the tiger range extention only.

IL M'INDIQUE PAR AILLEURS UNE INFO QUI, SI ELLE SE CONFIRME, EST NETTEMENT PLUS REJOUISSANTE.
Month ago our journal got interesting letter about possible discovery of the Snow leopard in Southern Chukotka. Sounds unbelievably, but author is cryptozoologist and working in this range whole life... I will try to organize expedition in new area in case of fundraising.

 

A LA LECTURE DE SES INFORMATIONS, J'AI ECRIT A MARIA VINOKOUROVA, DIRECTRICE DE LA COMMUNICATION DU WWF RUSSIE :

Dear Masha,
Evgenyi Kashkarov has sent me this night.
I know all efforts of WWF Russia about forest and wetlands preservation and reconstitution, as well as those of Pavel Fomenko about strenghtening  prey populations of tigers and leopards.
In any way, if chinese and corean borders' pressure  are still strong enough to induce long distance migrations, with all risks included for animal and their potential encounters, there is emergency to talk and do about that.

ET EN PERSPECTIVE...
Situation is radically easier for americans, with no problem of neighbouring.
Kodiak and Affoniak giant bears are 3000, well feed and in good health,  and white head eagles are 600 couples on the same islands... It's like an eastern Kamtchatka.
A single biopolitics for Beringia sensu lato ( Northern Japan included) would be probably the solution.
Best wishes.
Alain Sennepin

 

UNE BIOPOLITIQUE AMBITIEUSE ET STRUCTUREE DE REDEPLOIEMENT A GRANDE ECHELLE DES POPULATIONS (A PARTIR DE NOYAUX FAMILIAUX) A UN NIVEAU PLURICONTINENTAL, S'AVERE PLUS URGENTE QUE JAMAIS.

A ce titre, la Beringie, pépinière naturelle de carnivores terrestres géants depuis la préhistoire (elle constitua la matrice pour des lions gigantesques, félins sauvages les plus volumineux de tous les temps) constitue sans doute une solide base logistique de départ.

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27 février 2012 1 27 /02 /février /2012 20:29

Un orphelin recueilli avant hier dans un état d'extrême faiblesse (source : WWF Russia, ce jour)

Barely a live tiger cub was found by hunters in the February 25 hunting "Borisov."

Specialists of the Office of hunting supervision of Primorsky Krai took steps to rescue the baby and to investigate the situation.

Tiger in the extreme exhaustion and symptoms of hypothermia was found by hunters hunting Ussuri military society in the woods near the village of Borisovka during routine work on the integration of game animals.  The beast was so exhausted that it could take almost with bare hands. Small striped predator was released in the cabin area, as if asking people for help. Because of the direct threat to the life of the animal experts of the Office of hunting supervision of Primorsky Krai, who controls to account, quickly made the decision to withhold the nature of the cub and put it in a warm place for overexposure.  Was organized by the duly qualified veterinary care of the Maritime State Academy of Agriculture, which gave the first results.

"Now the state of the cub serious but stable, there were trends towards improvement.  World Wildlife Fund is ready to provide the necessary financial support to save this animal, - says program coordinator of WWF Russia Amur branch biodiversity Sergei Aramilev. - Despite the fact that the tiger was discovered at the weekend, the Office of hunting supervision immediately took steps, so there was no wasted time.  According to our estimates, if the animal did not save the day, the next night would be his last. "

It is also important to understand why the baby was in trouble and got one.  Normally, as the S. Aramilev, broods break up to the end of the second - at the beginning of the third year of life.  This is Tiger Cub for about a year old.  Specially organized group hunting supervision of the Office is currently in search of traces of mother-tigress.

"The main task of the group - to establish the reason why the cub separated from mother at an early age, to find a tigress or her tracks.  And then, in the case of confirmation of the death of a tigress - to investigate and determine the cause, and in case of violent death - bring materials to the Ministry of Interior authorities for criminal prosecution, "- said the acting  Head hunting supervision of Primorsky Krai, Vladimir Vasiliev.

Federal Law N 52-FZ "On Fauna" from 24.04. 1995 to the Office of hunting supervision of Primorsky Krai in charge for maintenance of the Red Book and the settlement of conflicts between humans and large predatory species of wild animals, including those listed in the Red Book of Russia. If you created the Office task force to resolve conflicts on the territory of Primorsky Krai.  During 2011 there were more than 80 messages from people about the conflicts between tigers and humans, 13 of them confirmed and successfully resolved.  In 2012 received 10 reports of conflict situations, six of whom had actual confirmation.

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25 février 2012 6 25 /02 /février /2012 10:52

CHOIX SIMPLES

Instantanés européens: les barbares, entre infantilisme tardif et sénilité précoce.

1.La Grèce, berceau de la civilisation européenne, se voit imposer une séance de torture sociale pour un minimum théorique de 8 ans, qui l'enfoncera plus encore dans l'abîme. Ce pays de culture orthodoxe n'acceptera pas longtemps ce colonialisme de pillage et se tournera nécessairement vers un grand pays qui a historiquement assumé son héritage, qui plus est aujourd'hui et pour les décennies à venir financièrement excédentaire.

2.L'agriculture française n'est plus la première d'Europe, dépassée par l'Allemagne et les Pays Bas, à l'orientation résolument artificialiste privilégiant des fermes géantes hors sol (voir aussi ce qui se passe au Danemark avec les cochons).

 

L'Europe, comme Lilliput, a peur du Monde, de la Vie, de son Ombre. Elle s'assourdit et s'aveugle volontairement dans le bruit et la lumière du déni de réalité, et se noie dans sa propre barbarie.

Elle est, à tous points de vue, à la croisée des chemins, entre résignation à un contre modèle poussé à ses plus extrêmes conséquences, et choix économique et géopolitique permettant une sortie de crise civilisationnelle.

 

LA LOI DU PLUS FORT

En Juin prochain, la Russie célèbrera le deux centième anniversaire du début de la Guerre Patriotique contre l'Empire napoléonien. Le facteur décisif dans la victoire russe fut, plus encore que l'Hiver et la tactique de la Terre brûlée, la possession par l'armée du tsar d'un type de soldat qui fit la différence.

Si les Scythes, puis les Princes varègues, slaves et mongols, arrachèrent peu ou prou leur cheptel équin aux tigres et panthères d'Europe orientale, ils surent conserver à leur conquête l'essentiel de ses qualités originelles. Dans l'introduction de son ouvrage "Russia against Napoleon, the Battle for Europe", Dominic Lieven considère que, "de bien des manières, le plus grand héros de l'effort de guerre russe fut le cheval", et celui ci "constitua un facteur crucial, peut être même le facteur le plus décisif dans la défaite de Napoléon en Russie". Les chevaux du Don, qui feront toute la gloire de la Cavalerie légère, étaient à la fois rapides, bien plus résistants que ceux de la cavalerie française, capables de creuser le sol gelé à la recherche d'un peu d'herbe, avec des sabots très durs n'ayant nul besoin d'être ferrés (voir M. P. Rey. L'effroyable tragédie. Flammarion. 2012).

LA PRESTATION DE SERVICE SOCIAL DU SAUVAGE PEUT AUSSI SE CONCRETISER AINSI.

 

LA CIVILISATION, C'EST LA DECENCE.

"Il le contempla avec affection au fond des yeux pendant un moment, puis étendit sa patte et lui tapota tendrement la face comme un chaton câlinant sa mère." Extrêmement prudent et précautionneux, le chasseur traditionnel demande la permission de tuer et marque sa reconnaissance à la victime quand son voeu est éxaucé. Il s'agit en l'occurence d'un grand puma, couché de tout son long, faisant face au gros mouton bighorn qu'il vient de tuer et qui gît sur le flanc (E. Marshall Thomas. THE TRIBE OF TIGER. 1994. Irrevocable trust).



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11 février 2012 6 11 /02 /février /2012 14:48

LES GRANDS TIGRES N'EXISTENT PLUS. Il y a un siècle, un tigre du Nord mâle atteignait communément 320 kgs, certains se rapprochant des 400 Kgs. Aucun tigre sauvage ne dépasse 230 kgs aujourd'hui.

NETTEMENT PLUS PETITS, BEAUCOUP MOINS NOMBREUX. Même phénomène pour d'autres grands carnivores et herbivores terrestres, aussi bien que pour les cétacés ou les poissons. Et bien sûr les arbres géants.

 

UN MONDE D'ENFANTS. La société de consommation, fonctionnelle aux USA dans les années 20 et en Europe dans les années 50, a fait dégénérer la civilisation occidentale dans l'infantilisme physique, mental et psychologique. La métamorphose vers cet "homme nouveau" impliquait un environnement entièrement réaménagé à sa mesure : domestique et réifié. Le Monde sauvage, comme le monde Adulte, n'eurent plus alors qu'un caractère relictuel.

 

LA LYSE. A l'époque des premiers supermarchés français, des pêcheurs du dimanche observèrent, effarés, la véritable dissolution des populations des poissons dans les rivières. Dans le Bocage Bourbonnais, zone de l'Allier que je connais assez bien, Gérard Chambaron décrivit en son temps ce véritable printemps hydrographique silencieux.

 

 

LES VOYAGES FORMENT LA JEUNESSE. En 2014, Jacques Rougerie, architecte français passionné d'Océanographie, va se lancer, aux côtés de scientifiques, dans un voyage singulier à bord d'un véhicule unique de sa conception, Sea Orbiter, qui se déplacera grâce au Gulf Stream. J. Rougerie compare, à juste titre, son expédition à celle vers une autre planète, les Océans, leur fonctionnement, leurs habitants restant essentiellement méconnus. L'instantané historique des relevés et analyses de ce voyage sera très probablement un "point bas". Depuis le milieu du siècle dernier, les créatures marines (vertébrés notamment), n'atteignent plus leur âge ni leur taille adulte. Sans adultes, sociétés et océans dysfonctionnent jusqu'à la nécrose.

 

UN DIAGNOSTIC SOCIO ECOLOGIQUE REALISTE  établi au plus vite avec lucidité et courage par la  féralisation ("réensauvagement") de l' esprit est désormais d'une urgence vitale. Réapprendre l'Age d'Homme,  seul  à même de retrouver LE CHEMIN ("METHODOLOGOS") pour un Nouvel Âge de la Modernité (voir page "Modernité prospective", publiée le 21 août 2011 sur le présent blog).

RESTAURER TIGRIS MAJOR, DANS TOUS LES SENS DU TERME.

 

CE QUI FUT, ET QUE SEA ORBITER NE POURRA PAS REPERTORIER (cette fois ci...)

Un esturgeon de la Caspienne et un saumon de Chine occidentale aussi longs qu'un requin pélerin et aussi volumineux qu'un hippopotame mâle.

Un silure de la Volga aussi long qu'un crocodile géant.

Une truite de Sakhaline aussi longue et volumineuse qu'un thon. 

Un requin baleine d'une longueur de 20 mètres.

Des troupeaux de 100 requins pélerins.

Une Morue du Labrador aussi volumineuse qu'un ours brun de la même région. 

 

PEUT - ETRE LORS D'UN  VOYAGE ULTERIEUR, SI DESORMAIS, NOUS REAPPRENONS A GRANDIR...

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10 février 2012 5 10 /02 /février /2012 19:18

MORT D'UNE JEUNE TIGRESSE AFFAMEE DANS UN RUCHER LE  30 JANVIER DANS LE DISTRICT DE KHABAROVSK, AU DELA DU 51ème PARALLELE (source : Pavel Fomenko, ce jour).

The rare occurrence of the Amur tiger by 51 parallel over the death of the predator

The project WWF «Northern Tiger" made a detailed case study of tiger hunting Vaninsky region of Khabarovsk Krai. Крайне истощенный зверь носил под шкурой следы старого огнестрельного ранения. It is extremely emaciated animal skin worn by the traces of an old gunshot wound.

"In this tragic case is, of course, that shoot almost an adult female, which in the long term, could leave offspring, - says program coordinator of WWF Russia Amur branch biodiversity Pavel Fomenko. - The most disturbing and alarming are the potential motives which prompted concealed under normal conditions, the tiger to go to housing rights and carry out an attack.  Research and analysis of causes of death of the physiological state of the predator, conducted by veterinarians of the Maritime Academy of Agriculture, pointed out that the beast was in a high degree of exhaustion and, moreover, bore traces of the old skin of a gunshot wound. "

The most difficult part of the project by WWF and the Swedish zoo  "North Ark", aimed at preserving the most northerly in the Sikhote-Alin group of Amur tiger is the most extreme track calls of predators. This is important, especially in terms of prevention of conflicts between tigers and humans, as the tiger, getting in terms of unusual for him, as a rule, the lack of basic food items, may pose a threat to humans or pets. The key point of this monitoring is to fix sound scientific information about the pulsations of tiger habitat, species dispersal, and its adaptation to new conditions. Therefore, the incident in the district of the Khabarovsk Territory Vaninsky immediately attracted the attention of WWF.

January 30, 2012 a young female tiger about six o'clock in the evening came to an apiary, standing on the bank of the river Tumnin. To make it clearer where it is - you find on the map 51 parallel and back on it 60 kilometers inland from the coast of the Tatar Strait.  Most likely, the tiger caught the barking of dogs, which were near the home.

Hunter received a call from the Director of Services for the protection of fauna and especially protected natural territories of Khabarovsk Krai, Yuri cap on January 31.  "Blocked" the guard apiaries in the back room, but the shot was driven away into the forest.  The next morning, the beast came back to the shelter and attacked a guard dog. Hunter came out on the dogs barking and saw rushing upon him, and a predator had been shooting to kill ...

Immediately after the call has been collected a commission composed of the Director of Services for the protection of wildlife, Head of the Department of Rosprirodnadzor DFO Dmitry Grankina and program coordinator of WWF Russia Amur Branch of Pavel Fomenko. By investigating officer was involved district police office.

"The observed traces on the ground shooting a tiger, the evidence and situational analysis along with the interrogation of witnesses confirmed that the shooting of the tiger did not occur intentionally.  Explicit aggressive predator could lead to loss of life, and in this case, in the opinion of the commission, of the person who committed the shooting of a tiger are compelled and justified ", - said Yuri cap.

According to the latest extreme northern approaches of predators observed in the Khabarovsk region in almost Amur estuary, the transition was recorded on the left bank of the Amur tiger.  Traces of the tiger have been met this winter in the Jewish autonomous and Amur regions.  All these reports are closely reviewed by experts from the WWF and, if necessary, made the field of certification information in order to create the conditions for human security and the preservation of the predator.

The conditions under which the predator was in Vaninsky region of Khabarovsk Krai, were really supercomplex to the survival of young females.

"The current Federal Reserve Tumninsky close with a unique geographical position, which could potentially be home to the northern tiger is now virtually unattended and not secured.  The virtual absence of typical food resources and poaching - this is the main limiting factor for the dispersal of tigers "- draws the attention of the public and the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources Director, WWF Russia Amur Branch Yuri Darman.

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6 février 2012 1 06 /02 /février /2012 19:29

LES TIGRES LES PLUS AU NORD ETOFFENT LEURS EFFECTIFS, EN LIEN AVEC DE MEILLEURES CONDITIONS DE VIE POUR LES HABITANTS (source: Pavel Fomenko, coordonnateur de l'Inspection Tigre pour le District de Khabarovsk, ce jour).

Anyuiskiy national park in the Khabarovsk region has expanded its fleet

To save the most northerly group of the Amur tiger, WWF and the Swedish zoo, "the North's Ark" was awarded the National Park presents "Anyuiskiy" and the Service to protect wildlife and specially protected natural areas

New vehicles GAZ-66, UAZ, cargo  "Mitsubishi L200» and snowmobiles, which are in a festive atmosphere in the presence of the media in early February, stuck Pandu - the symbol of WWF, will help inspectors and staff Anyui National Park Service to protect wildlife and protected areas more effectively patrol the specially protected areas and hunting grounds in the area Nanaiskiy Khabarovsk Krai.  This is where the edge of the area is the Amur tiger, which is aimed at preserving  "Northern Tiger" - a joint project of WWF and the Swedish zoo.

"As shown by monitoring of the territory inhabited by the National Park today, 10.8 Tiger.  Particularly positive is that among them is not the first we register three females.  This year they are all in place: one without cubs, another tigress - two two-year baby, and still have one - three year-old cub.  After all, if females choose breeding place of national park, so they feel comfortable in this territory, and we have taken security measures to bring results, "- said the director of the National Park "Anyuiskiy" Alexander Samarin.

During 2.5 years of service natspaka compiled 557 different protocols for violators of environmental laws, but it is, so to speak, an indirect indicator.  A basic, one that can be seen this year in the forest - is to increase the number of ungulates - the main forage resource for the tiger.

"Most importantly, we were able to establish an effective system of ungulates.  After all, when we have 3 years ago set about the work area was thoroughly destroyed - says A.Samarin. - The staff at the National Park Service Protection must be 60 inspectors working the same 17.  On the other bets simply do not yet have financing. But even the available number of inspectors we have been able, I think, to do a lot.  And in many ways - through the World Wildlife Fund, which not only helps us to build up technical equipment guards, shoes, dress Polevikov, but also made ​​a major gift to the park - has acquired office building, reconstruction of which we are doing now. "

"Anyuiskiy" - the largest of the protected areas created in Russia for the protection of tigers in the past few years. "Horseshoe" area of 429,000 hectares of land it covers the middle of the Sikhote-Alin on the right bank of the Amur.  This is a particularly protected area (PA) plays the role of ecological corridor linking the beasts Anyui river basin with the rest of the area.

"Northern Tiger" is focused on the one hand, the most northern group of Amur tiger, it stabilized and, in the long term, population growth, on the other hand - those people who live next to this formidable predator and which largely depends on its well-being - says program coordinator of WWF Russia Amur branch biodiversity Pavel Fomenko. - The area of our project - a place inhabited by the indigenous peoples of the Amur Region, Udege and Nanai. The fight against poaching and specific actions to increase the number of wild hoofed animals, including non-ethnic food for local communities and also the main food resources tiger, will help avoid conflicts between predators and humans.  The development of the traditional nature, hunting, tourism and new jobs in the National Park will enable local residents to experience the importance of this federal protected areas for themselves and their children. No accident that one of our key partners is the Association of Indigenous Peoples of the north of Khabarovsk Krai. "

 

This year in the National Park are fishing Anyui 14 local hunters in the past year there were 17.  Anyone who has had hunting areas in this territory before the creation of the park have the opportunity to hunt in the park in the area of ​​traditional land.  In 2011 the park began to take by dividing the firewood for local residents.  172 applications were received last year and was harvested 5.5 thousand cubic meters. This year already 220 families from the surrounding villages have filed an application in a national park for firewood.   This is not the primary activity of the National Park, but the administration of federal protected areas it is also engaged in the framework agreed at the MNR forest development plan to ease social tensions and to help people with firewood in the implementation of sanitary felling. Among the anti-poaching ranger brigades, created by the project "Northern Tiger" operating in the National Park and Aboriginal people: for the best local resident will understand their fellow tribesmen, such as Nanai and Udege. Summer in the village of Trinity, in the building of the national park office, visitor center will open, which means new jobs for working with tourists.  Not far off - arrangement of ethnic villages, which will feature homes, gun production, objects of everyday life of indigenous peoples, and even the demo will be equipped with a hunting Putikov.  All these examples suggest that more people in the area Nanaiskiy somehow already involved and will continue to participate in the activities of the national park, and most importantly, it will be good neighbors.  If you recall the years of survey materials, which is held by students in the district, then 52% of people not only willing to cooperate with the park, but also know in what area of ​​work.

WWF Project  "Northern Tiger" is to ensure environmentally sustainable development Anyui National Park and surrounding areas.  Because of the striped cats inhabit, of course, outside the federal protected areas: in Nanaiskiy area, according to monitoring data, recorded about 15-17 tigers.  Their guards outside the park in partnership with the Service for the protection of wildlife and protected areas and hunting Office of Natural Resources of the Khabarovsk Territory.

"Our primary goal - to combat poaching and the maintenance of the protected areas of regional significance.  On this project since September 2011 in Nanaiskiy area in the Natural Park  "Gur Hoso" has already conducted 12 raids, patrols, revealed 34 cases of violations of environmental laws, including 2 - illegal hunting of elk, 11edinits seized firearms, of which 7 nezaregistrirovanny in the organs of Internal Affairs - told reporters at a press conference at the National Park Director of Services for the protection of wildlife and protected areas, Yuri cap.  - The load on our inspectors lies a large: 74 million hectares of hunting grounds of the Khabarovsk Krai - 32 inspectors, that is, more than 2 million per person!. With the WWF for the protection of tiger habitat, we purchased a car UAZ, snowmobile  "Buran", a boat engine.  But what else is missing, it's all-terrain vehicle.  In the same park "Gur-HOSO," where there are practically no roads, no all-terrain vehicle to patrol the area very difficult. "

Support WWF is not limited to the acquisition of technology, investment in environmental education, counseling.  "North Ark» WWF Russia sent a group of employees and the National Park Service to protect wildlife and protected areas of the Khabarovsk Krai in this northern country to explore the experiences of sustainable environmental management.  First of all - to increase the number of hoofed animals. The harmonious existence of a stable tiger population and the indigenous population in one area - the main objective of the project  "Northern Tiger."

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