This 2011 video is called Pandamonium 🙂 at the Bifengxia Panda Reserve in Chengdu, China.
A 2008 video used to say about itself:
The centre is now opening up its remarkable work to the world, giving us the chance to meet the dedicated team that works tirelessly to ensure the survival of this highly endangered species.
Pandas can have a hard time starting a family, so extraordinary efforts are being made to help them breed, using artificial insemination as well as encouraging natural mating.
Watch as tiny panda cubs are born and follow their progress. Each birth is vital to the survival of the species and often hits the headlines around the globe. Thanks to the pioneering research of their scientists, the Wolong Centre has brought 16 cubs into the world over the past year.
But what will the future hold for these unique and lovable black and white bears?
Very soon after this video was recorded, there was the catastrophic May 12, 2008 Sichuan earthquake; which hit the Wolong Panda Reserve and its surroundings particularly hard.
This video says about itself:
Wolong Earthquake Video from Pandas International
A brief but touching documentary of the damage done to the Wolong Reserve in China after the devastating earthquake of May 2008.
The panda reserve had to move to Gengda, 23 kilometers away.
This January 2013 video is called Crew travels up the long, bumpy road from Chengdu to Wolong.
Though there has been reconstruction at Wolong village, there are still ruins from the 2008 earthquake.
This is a 2007 video about the bridge at Wolong village. The bridge and the river are still there.
After arriving in Wolong from our journey from Chengdu on 7 April 2018, we walked to the bridge at 17:25.
There were rosy pipits there.
This is a 2012 video about a rosy pipit (at one point disturbed by a yellow wagtail).
Then, we saw a blue-fronted redstart.
This is a 2016 blue-fronted redstart video from Thailand.
A rufous-breasted accentor in Wolong.
This is a 2014 rufous-breasted accentor video.
This video shows a Daurian redstart male.
We saw a Daurian redstart in Wolong too.
And its relative, a white-capped water redstart.
This is a 2015 white-capped water redstart video from Thailand.
More Wolong birds; a brown-breasted bulbul.
This is a 2013 brown-breasted bulbul video from Thailand.
We walked along the pond, which used to be part of the panda sanctuary before the 2008 earthquake. Now, there are many pondskaters.
Stay tuned, as there will be more: on the mountains above Wolong and their wildlife!