China News Service, Chengdu, October 17 (Anyuan Li Wenbin) A reporter learned from Sichuan Maoxian Forestry and Grass Bureau on the 17th that infrared surveillance cameras in the Diling Giant Panda Corridor in Maoxian County have captured the traces of wild pandas twice in recent days. This is the second time a wild giant panda entity has been photographed after the establishment of the Tiandiling Giant Panda National Park in Maoxian County.
Prior to this, the Giant Panda National Park announced that the infrared monitoring camera in the Diling Giant Panda Corridor in Maoxian County, Sichuan Province "captures" the traces of wild pandas twice in a row. The shooting time was August 6th and 8th.
It is reported that this is the first time a wild giant panda entity has been photographed since the establishment of the Tiandiling Giant Panda National Park in Maoxian County.
Image of giant panda captured by infrared surveillance camera.
Photo courtesy of Maoxian Rong Media Center
It is reported that the Dioling Giant Panda Corridor is located in Aba Mao County, Sichuan. It is the junction of the giant panda Huya and Jiudingshan populations, and it is also the only passage for wild animals such as the Minshan giant panda to travel from north to south.
The Maoxian area of the Giant Panda National Park covers an area of 102,493 hectares. Since the implementation of the pilot system, the construction has included vegetation restoration and conservation of the Giant Panda Corridor, a new giant panda habitat management and protection monitoring station, an infrared monitoring system and a data platform remote sensing monitoring system.
Currently, 120 infrared cameras have been installed in the park to realize ultrashort wave real-time transmission.