We've provided extensive training that's improved the capacity among nature reserve staff to monitor, identify problems and take action in their patrol areas.
Around the world our scientists and field staff use camera traps to capture critical information about wildlife and habitats.
We've implemented many alternative livelihood and green energy projects in communities that live near panda reserves. They've helped local residents to increase their incomes, and enabled them to become better stewards of their natural resources.
Your donation matters
The giant panda is the rarest member of the bear family and among the world's most threatened animals.
Your donation could help:
Increase the area of habitat under legal protection
Create green corridors to link isolated pandas
Patrol against poaching, illegal logging and encroachment
Build local capacities for nature reserve management
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