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    Animal Inventory at RA MP Manvel Grigoryan’s private house

    On June 18th, as an immediate response to the recent case of holding wild animals in captivity at Armenia’s military general Manvel Grigoryan’s private house  (tigers, lions, bears and others), the  FPWC along with Yerevan Zoo staff was heading to city Edjmiatsin to assess the situation and based on obtained data – confiscate the animals […]

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    Press accreditation: SunChild 8th International Environmental Festival

    SunChild 8th International Environmental Festival announces the call for entries for local and international press accreditation. Festival Dates & Location: July 20-22, Vayots Dzor, Armenia Accreditation will be given to: • Print media journalists (newspapers, journals) • TV and Radio journalists • Photographers and photojournalists • Online journalists • News agency correspondents • Freelancers (to […]

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    Art Call: SunChild 8th International Environmental Festival

    SunChild 8th International Environmental Festival calls for young and enthusiastic artists (individuals and/or groups) to nominate original Environmental Art projects for the Environmental Art Competition Programme of the Festival. Types of the projects may include but not be limited to representational artworks, remediation projects, land art, recycled art, nature-inspired sculptures, ecopoetry etc. The festival will […]

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    Lions of Gyumri were transported to Yerevan Zoo

    Last year a mother lions with her two cubs, respectively Mary, Zita and Gita, rescued  from Gyumri`s  private zoo were transported to Yerevan Zoo. On February 10 2016 the tree lions were transported to the Wildlife Rescue Center (WRC) of the Caucasus Wildlife Refuge (CWR). In the WRC under the continuous supervision of veterenars the […]

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    Zangak & Bambak returned to the wild nature

    After one year, Zangak and Bambak, the two orphaned bear cubs rescued last spring by the FPWC in Lori region, are back to the wild nature. Our GPS radio collars indicate that today, 5 days after getting out of enclosure, the bear cubs are safely roaming in the area of release. Zangak and Bambak are […]

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    Call for volunteers: SunChild 8th International Environmental Festival

    Dear Friends! FPWC is excited to announce a Call for Volunteers for the SunChild 8th International Environmental Festival taking place July 20-22, 2018, Vardahovit village, Vayots Dzor province, Armenia. We are looking for: Enthusiastic and responsible nature lovers, willing to contribute into inmost work of bringing environmental issues to the focus of public attention. We […]

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    Flower Gathering at the Armenian Genocide Memorial

    The AGBU Scouts of Armenia in collaboration with the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC), are organizing this year’s Flower gathering event, of which we would like to invite you to take part in this year’s event, which will be held on the 27’th of April from 09:00 till 18:00 at […]

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    The wild bear cub kept in a house rescued

    On April 16th, the RA Environmental Protection and Mining Inspection Body has confiscated and handed over a 3 month old bear cub to the Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets for further rehabilitation. Recently, a few photos of a bear cub was spread in social media channels showing chained bear cub taken […]

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    A new solar water heater installed in the Music School of Berdavan

    The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and VivaCell-MTS continue providing support to remote and borderland villages of Armenia assisting with the solution of crucial problems. Just another project has been implemented in the frames of Alternative Energy project in Berdavan village of Tavush region. A solar-heating system has been installed […]

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    Solar Water Heater instead of Gas and Wood Stoves

    The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC), in collaboration with its General Partner VivaCell-MTS, continues the implementation of environmentally friendly projects, that also showcase an economically efficient indicator. The results of yet another joint program implemented within the framework of the Alternative Energy Project have been summed up. A solar water […]

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