The panda bear shares its home with China and has become a symbol of the country as well as conservation efforts around the world. As a result of farming, deforestation, and other development, Giant Pandas are still considered a vulnerable species, and their future remains dependent on human protection. According to some researchers, there are approximately 2000 left in the wild.
At the Panda Research Center, you’ll lend a hand with some of the conservation superheroes who are turning pandas’ prospects around. To achieve our purpose, feed and care for the animals, shovel panda dung, clean enclosures, and prepare food. There will also be lots of time to engage with Chinese culture and explore the stunning Chengdu landscape.
Volunteer Time = 10 hours (2 half-days)