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    Saving the Flagship Species of North-East Asia

    United Nations
    February 6, 2008
    ISBN-10: 9211205204
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    During 2005-2007, experts and officials of North-East Asian Subregional Programme for Environmental Cooperation (NEASPEC) member countries worked jointly on a nature conservation programme by identifying the flagship species of North-East Asia and developing a conservation strategy. The project identified six target species: amur tiger, amur leopard, snow leopard, hooded crane, white-naped crane and black-faced spoonbill. This publication presents information on the processes and outcomes of the NEASPEC nature conservation project for major stakeholders, including governments, national institutions and NGOs, to help shape their own roles in further Subregional actions.

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