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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Eco-tourism trainings started in Urtsadzor

Eco-tourism trainings started in Urtsadzor

In the frame of the project “Involving young villagers in nature conservation and ecotourism activities” funded by the... read more
Every vote counted: Saving Armenia’s Leopard wins €30,000 grant

Every vote counted: Saving Armenia’s Leopard wins €30,000 grant

Thanks to an amazing support from the public, FPWC’s project Saving Caucasian Leopard has won a grant of €30,000 from... read more
CWR in Itchy Feet Magazine

CWR in Itchy Feet Magazine

Check out the latest posts about CWR tourism in Itchy Feet Magazine-an online travel magazine for independent and... read more
Check out the third article of Simon Barnes from Times about the Caucasian Leopard residing in Caucasus Wildlife Refuge!

Check out the third article of Simon Barnes from Times about the Caucasian Leopard residing in Caucasus Wildlife Refuge!

The Euro-leopard is thriving - but we must continue to protect it a Caucasian leopard has been captured on camera, but... read more
British and German tour operators include CWR in their touristic offer

British and German tour operators include CWR in their touristic offer

One of the priorities of the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets is to attract nature... read more
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