The Amur Tiger - Popular Publications

AGAINST ALL ODDS
Author(s): J. Goodrich
Description/Abstract: Siberian tiger is rescued from poacher's snare Амурский тигр спасен из браконьерской петли
AN EXTRAORDINARY GIFT
Author(s): S. Soutyrina
CHANGING OF GALIA'S COLLAR
Author(s): D. Miquelle
GOODBYE OLGA
Author(s): D. Miquelle, J. Goodrich
HEART OF RUSSIA
Author(s): G. Raygorodetsky
LAST FAVOR FOR A MISSING TIGER
Author(s): D. Zatz
Year: 1993
Description/Abstract: In a Russian wilderness gone berserk, there was something that the poachers didn't know.
Journal/Source: International Wildlife
Publisher: National Wildlife Federation
Full Citation: Last Favor for a Missing Tiger
LIVING ON THE EDGE
Author(s): D. Miquelle
Description/Abstract: Tigers at the northern limits of their range
RUSSIA'S TOUGH TIGERS
Author(s): H. Youth
SIBERIAN TIGER PROJECT - SAVING ENDANGERED SPECIES THROUGH INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
Author(s): H.B. Quigley, M. Hornocker
THE HORROR OF BEING EATEN
Author(s): D. Miquelle
THE MAGIC OF THE TIGER
Author(s): J. Goodrich
TIGER RISING
Author(s): A. Heydlauff
Year: April 2008
Description/Abstract: Some good news for China's big cats
Journal/Source: Wildlife Conservation
Publisher: Wildlife Conservation Society
Full Citation: Tiger Rising
TIGERS IN THE MIST
Author(s): M. Hotte
Description/Abstract: Press release MIST training Russia
TIGERS ON THE BRINK
Author(s): E. Linden
Year: March, 1994
Description/Abstract: Once considered a conservation success story, they are again sliding toward extinction. This time the world'snations may not be able to save the great cats.
Journal/Source: TIME
Publisher: Time Inc.
Full Citation: Tigers on the brink
TIME FOR TIGERS
Author(s): J. Goodrich, D. Miquelle, L. Kerley, E. Smirnov
VLADIMIR
Author(s): D. Miquelle
VLADIMIR_WCons_Aug2011
Author(s): D. Miquelle
Year: 2011
Description/Abstract: Vladimir is the name of the tiger who was named by the local farmer Vladimir who was willing to help him. Rescuing a sick cat takes on new meaning when it's a Siberian Tiger seeking refuge in a remote Russian village.
Journal/Source: Wildlife Conservation
Publisher: Wildlife Conservation Society
Full Citation: Vladimir. Rescuing a Siberian Tiger.
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