Infrared cameras in Labahe captured rare wild animals   2017-04-10 16:24:25     


  Recently,what infrared cameras set in Labahe nature reserve have filmed is found out to be gratifying.Those cameras in the wild has captured outdoor activities giant pandas for a total of 4 times in Suosuopeng ridge,2650 meters above sea level.The photos were taken on November 11, December 24 and 25,2016 and on February 3, 2017. In fact,it is the first time that infrared camera traps have filmed on how giant pandas lived in the wild.

  The cameras aslo spotted Golden Snub-nosed Monkeys mating in the wild which is the first time on record.

  Infrared camera trap technology was introduced by Labahe nature reserve in 2015.So far,35 infrared cameras set in the wild have done great job in filming on activities of rare animals such as giant pandas,monkey,sambar deer,red panda, takin,etc.

  The resposilbe poeple in Labahe nature reserve said that they would continue to strengthen protection and management of wildlife, and actively carry out anti-poaching activity,protection propaganda and research monitoring,community supervision on protection,in order to create a suitable habitat for animals to live in.

YA’AN Ya'an is a prefecture-level city in the western part of Sichuan province, People's Republic of China, located just below the Tibetan Plateau.The first giant panda was found in Baoxing County of Ya'an; Ya'an is also the origin of Artificial planting tea of the world; Mengding Mountain in Mingshan County, has been keeping seven tea trees, which are believed to be the origins of tea, for more than 1,000 years.


Fengtongzhai National Nature Reserve