FPWC’s Caucasus Wildlife Refuge

The Caucasus Wildlife Refuge is a 2000 hectares protected area in the vicinity of Khosrov Forest State Reserve. The territory with unique biodiversity has been leased for conservation by the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC). The Caucasus Wildlife Refuge is the only private protected area in the South-Caucasus. The model project is supported by the British organization World Land Trust, the Dutch committee of the IUCN (IUCN NL) and VivaCell-MTS.

 
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First Solar Thermals Successfully Installed in Urtsadzor

First Solar Thermals Successfully Installed in Urtsadzor

As part of the Alternative Energy project, funded by VivaCell-MTS and performed by the Foundation for the Preservation... read more
The study of FPWC on bird species of Armash ponds

The study of FPWC on bird species of Armash ponds

The study of FPWC on bird species of Armash pondsThe Armenian highlands are located at the crossroads of the major... read more
Interesting facts about Red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio)

Interesting facts about Red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio)

This funny bird, which belongs to Laniidae family, is relatively small, only 16-18 cm long. Despite its size it is able... read more
EQUATOR PRIZE 2014. "URTSADZOR ECO-TRAINING CENTER" HAS MADE IT TO THE FINALS

EQUATOR PRIZE 2014. "URTSADZOR ECO-TRAINING CENTER" HAS MADE IT TO THE FINALS

Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) has presented its "Urtsadzor Eco-Training... read more
Mobile and Internet Coverage Available in Caucasus Wildlife Refuge

Mobile and Internet Coverage Available in Caucasus Wildlife Refuge

The FPWC’s main partner VivaCell-MTS has installed a new base-transceiver station in the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge, a... read more
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