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Please call us on 0844 736 0036 (8am - 10pm, 7 days a week) if you'd prefer to take out your adoption over the phone.

Your adoption pack:

A cuddly toy (optional)

My Pandas and Wild World magazine 3 times a year

Factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more

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It is estimated that as few as 1,864 pandas remain in the wild today. Help us halt the decline in panda numbers...

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 fund our other essential work around the world

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A cuddly toy (optional)

My Pandas and Wild World magazine 3 times a year

Factbook, certificate, bookmarks, stickers and more

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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.

Location: Southwest China - to the east of the Tibetan plateau

Habitat: Temperate Broadleaf and Mixed Forests

Wild population: Less than 1,864 mature in the wild

The threat to pandas

  • Conversion of forests to agricultural areas
  • Medicinal herb collection
  • Bamboo harvesting
  • Habitat fragmentation
  • Poaching
  • Large-scale development activities such as road construction, hydropower development, and mining

How your adoption can help:

  • £60 (or £5 a month) could buy a household an energy-saving stove, which will cut its annual firewood use by half. Thereby saving vital giant panda habitat.
  • £120 (or £10 a month) could buy protective waterproof footwear for a team of five rangers to continue patroling the Minshan Mountains.

The giant pandas of the Qinling mountains

(pronounced chin-ling)

A group of around 43, including 10 cubs. They’re located in the Taibai county of Shaanxi province, central China. These lucky bears have the rare distinction of inhabiting two neighbouring nature reserves – Huangbaiyuan and Niuweihe. They also have the luxury of two nearby panda corridors – areas that join up different bits of habitat, which make it easier for them to feed and breed.