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Wild panda caught on camera for the first time at Bayuelin Nature Reserve!
Release Date:May 9,2020
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On May 7, rangers at Bayuelin Nature Reserve found valuable images of a wild panda in an infrared camera!

This was the first time photos and video footage of a wild panda were captured in the history of the Nature Reserve. It was also the first pictorial record of a giant panda in the history of the entire Jinkouhe District. After a decade, the giant panda has finally returned!

In 2017, Yintai Foundation, The Paradise International Foundation and 24 other philanthropic organizations jointly sponsored and founded the Land Trust Alliance with the hope that social strength focused on philanthropic conservation will help promote nature reserve development in China, and jointly protect 1% of China’s land area effectively. Our colleagues were extraordinarily relieved at the images of the wild panda.

On April 8, 2020, rangers found fresh panda droppings while on regular patrol at Bayuelin Nature Reserve. This was the first time since 2010 that old panda droppings were found at a spot in the Nature Reserve. Conclusive traces of the giant panda were found again after a 10-year hiatus. This was also the first time traces of the giant panda were found since Bayuelin Nature Reserve was founded five years ago.

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