WildChina > WildChina > Eyes in the Forest: “Trapping” Wildlife with Cameras

WildChina’s friends at Conservation International have collaborated with the Shan Shui Conservation Center to create this beautiful video talking about ways they use infrared cameras to monitor wildlife movements in the forest. In the video, Dr. Dajun Wang of Peking University talks about how the cameras capture images of the natural state of the wilderness, without human interruption, and help researchers track animal movements and populations. The photos of the pandas, monkeys, tigers and takins are quite beautiful.

One of the nature reserves visited  is the Changqing Nature Reserve in Shaanxi, which we’ll be hearing much more about in the coming weeks. Stay tuned and enjoy!

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