While the Panda is one of the world’s most iconic species known and loved across the world, this peaceful, bamboo-eating member of the bear family actually faces a number of threats to its survival. lts forest habitat is fragmented and populations are small and isolated from each other, and poaching remains an ever-present threat as well.

  

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More about Pandas
The giant panda is the rarest member of the bear family and among the world's most threatened animals. They live mainly in bamboo forests high in the mountains of western China. There are estimated to be only around 1,600 individuals remaining in the wild, while 980 pandas are under protection in reserves. 
 
Threats for panda
•Habitat destruction and fragmentation
Poaching and illegal logging
Large scale development activities such as mining
 
How you're helping the pandas 
Increasing the area of habitat under legal protection
Creating green corridors to link isolated pandas
Patrolling against poaching, illegal logging and encroachment
Building local capacities for nature reserve management
Your support will also help the conservation work for other endangered animals and help fund other essential WWF conservation work around the world
 
WWF has been working closely with the Chinese government in the Qinling and Minshan Mountains and have achieved great success. Community development projects are helping people sustainably coexist with pandas, and some threats to panda survival such as poaching and illegal logging have been significantly reduced. Panda habitats are also increasing with the development of new reserves and green corridors.
 
Your donation could help us to grow our Panda and other conservation projects effectively, Adopt Now!