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        szdaily -> China -> 
        Snow leopard protection project bears fruit
            2019-02-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

        A SNOW leopard protection project in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has made achievements after monitoring the species in the eastern Tianshan mountains, a major habitat of the species, this winter.

        The monitoring work was jointly launched by the local forestry administration bureau of the eastern Tianshan mountains and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in September 2018.

        A total of 60 infrared cameras have been scattered across the largest State-owned forest in the central and eastern Tianshan mountains, covering an area of around 550 square kilometers, according to sources in charge of the project Monday.

        Fresh footprints, digging traces and snow leopard feces were found by the staff. Twenty-one cameras have captured snow leopards 94 times, collecting 417 pictures and videos.

        Snow leopard activity in low-altitude forests was also spotted by the infrared cameras, though scientists generally believe that snow leopards only live among bare rocks, meadows and woodlands in high-altitude mountains.

        “We will keep monitoring to learn more about snow leopard activities in the Tianshan mountains and assist the local administration to come up with more targeted protection strategies,” said He Bing, snow leopard project manager for the WWF.

        Also in Gansu Province, infrared cameras in a nature reserve have captured over 60 images of snow leopards during the second half of 2018.

        The Yanchiwan nature reserve is located in the western part of the Qilian Mountains. Staff in the reserve recently collected videos and photos caught by 50 infrared cameras. Some snow leopards were caught walking alone, urinating on rocks and running through the rain.

        (Xinhua)

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