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conservewildcats.org/2018/05/01/amur-leopard-population-2018

Great news for the wild Amur leopard population 2018! WildCats is proud to share news from Russia where for the first time in decades Amur leopards are now thought to number more than 100. In the 1980’s rapid industrialisation in Vladivostok, and heavily depleted prey between the Russia-China borders meant Amur leopard populations had ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amur_Leopard

Since 2014, Russian and Chinese biologists collaborate in transboundary monitoring of the Amur leopard population. The Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance (ALTA) is an initiative of Russian and western conservation organisations to conserve the Amur leopard and tiger, and secure a future for both species in the Russian Far East and Northeast China.

www.thoughtco.com/profile-of-the-endangered-amur-leopard...

The Far Eastern or Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) is one of the world's most endangered cats.It is a solitary, nocturnal leopard with a wild population estimated at over 84 individuals who mostly reside in the Amur River basin of eastern Russia with a few scattered in neighboring China and in a relatively new refuge established in 2012.

phys.org/news/2018-07-highly-endangered-amur-leopards...

This new estimate of the Amur leopard population was recently reported in the scientific journal, ... A case study of the global population of Amur leopards, Conservation Letters (2018). ...

news.cornell.edu/stories/2018/01/critically-endangered-amur...

Critically endangered Amur leopard faces new threat By Melanie Greaver Cordova | January 17, 2018. Land of the Leopard National Park/Provided An Amur leopard in eastern Russia. A paper in the Journal of Wildlife Diseases describes the first documented case of canine distemper virus in a wild Amur leopard, after a two-year-old female was found ...

conservewildcats.org/tag/amur-leopard-population-2018

Great news for the wild Amur leopard population 2018! WildCats is proud to share news from Russia where for the first time in decades Amur leopards are now thought to...

www.worldwildlife.org/stories/amur-leopard-world-s-rarest...

In an amazing tale of recovery, Amur leopard populations have more than doubled in just seven years. New census data reveals Amur leopards in Russia’s Land of the Leopard National Park now number at least 57 cats (up from just 30 cats in 2007). And an additional 8-12 leopards were counted in adjacent areas of China.

wwf.panda.org/knowledge_hub/endangered_species/amur_leopard2

The Amur leopard is found in temperate forest habitat, which experience a wide range of variability in temperature and precipitation. It is known to adapt to almost any habitat that provides it with sufficient food and cover. Social Structure The Amur leopard is habitually nocturnal and solitary.

www.worldwildlife.org/species/amur-leopard

With such a small population left, the loss of each Amur leopard puts the species at greater risk of extinction. WWF supports antipoaching work in all Amur leopard habitat in the Russian Far East and in known leopard localities in northeast China. WWF implements programs to stop the illegal trade in Amur leopard parts.

blogs.scientificamerican.com/extinction-countdown/amur...

Amur Leopard Population Booms…to 57. The world's rarest big cats have become ever-so-slightly less rare over the past decade. According to a census released this week, there are now at least 57 ...