Several wild giant pandas photographed in Baishui National Nature Reserve
http://english.ourpanda.com/ 2018-05-15 12:19:20
In early May,infrared cameras in Baishui National Nature Reserve captured the picture of giant pandas waling out with young babies during the first quarter monitoring patrol carried out by the staff.
After the analysis of the distribution point of the infrared camera and the characteristics of the panda,the staff have confirmed 4 different giant pandas and their young children, which means that the wild giant pandas in this area has added new members to the their species and that the number of wild species is maintained and rising trend is stable.
Giant pandas are distributed in some parts of Western Sichuan province, southwestern Shaanxi province and southern Gansu province.
The Baishui National Nature Reserve,whose main task is to protect rare animals such as giant pandas and ecosystems,is the second largest panda nature reserve among 55 giant panda reserves in China.
Giant panda is solitary animal,wild panda cub will leave its mother and leave independent life at the age of 1.5.
Panda cub will lives within its mother's living area to the age of 2.5 and establish its own territory.
Since the end of 2017, many infrared cameras set in the wild have photographed pictures of several giant pandas walking with their young children.Thoes photos showed that wild panda cubs learn to find food and other survival skills with their mothers.
During the recovery of the infrared camera, a large number of images about rare wildlife were found, such as golden monkey,Asian gold cat, pheasant and so on.
According to the fourth national giant panda survey, The total number of wild pandas in Baishui River National Nature Reserve in Gansu province reached 110,ranking the highest among all wild panda national nature reserves.