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  • Wild pandas get a boost

    WWF Magazine: Spring 2017
    Wild panda numbers are finally rebounding after years of decline. In September, the International Union for Conservation of Nature announced that pandas have been upgraded from “endangered” to “vulnerable.”
    Born in China Panda Spring 2017 Mag
  • Living among the trees: Five animals that depend on forests

    January 23, 2017

    Forests are very important to us, and to many different species. WWF is working to address the threats to forests, and protect the species that call them home. Check out some of the animals who hang out in forests. 

    tree kangaroo portrait
  • Protecting snow leopards and pandas with Disneynature's Born in China

    Through the release of its new film, Born in China, Disneynature takes moviegoers on a journey into the wilds of China. The film will support WWF’s comprehensive conservation efforts in China and funds raised from Born in China will focus on improving landscape connectivity and integrity across three landscapes that are home to the species in the film and covering the traditional range of the giant panda. 

  • Celebrating the biggest conservation wins of 2016

    December 01, 2016

    The past year has shown us that when we work together, we can challenge the threats to nature and help ensure its ability to provide—for the sake of every living thing. Take a look at 2016 in review.

    Elephants close
  • Giant panda no longer Endangered

    September 04, 2016

    The giant panda has just been downgraded from ‘Endangered’ to ‘Vulnerable’ on the global list of species at risk of extinction, demonstrating how an integrated approach to conservation can help save our planet’s vanishing biodiversity.

    Giant Panda
  • How Camera Traps Help Panda Conservation

    August 25, 2016

    Camera traps in China have captured images and video footage of giant pandas that are often difficult to see in the wild. The photographs and video are some of the most amazing images ever of pandas and other species in their remote habitat, which were caught on film as part of long-term wildlife monitoring projects set up in panda nature reserves by the Chinese government and WWF.

    Panda photographed by a camera trap
  • What do pandas eat? And other giant panda facts

    March 14, 2016

    The charismatic giant panda is a notable symbol of conservation—and a valuable success story. Explore some facts about giant pandas.

    panda cub peeking out
  • Join WWF and Jack Black in protecting wild pandas and their habitat

    January 15, 2016

    In celebration of Kung Fu Panda 3, releasing January 29th 2016, WWF is working to raise awareness about the plight of giant pandas through a video with the film’s star, Jack Black.

    giant panda
  • Panda population grows nearly 17 percent

    February 27, 2015

    It’s good news for the furry black and white bear that has come to symbolize wildlife conservation. China announced the results of its Fourth National Giant Panda Survey, which WWF supported with financial and technical expertise.

    giant panda with cub
  • New Video of Baby Panda and Mother

    December 16, 2013

    Newly released video captures a panda cub ambling behind its mother one peaceful morning, on a forested ridge deep in China’s Anzihe Nature Reserve.

    Giant Panda
  • A Peek at Pandas in Their Remote Mountain Habitat

    Camera trap images from China show giant pandas in their remote mountain habitat as well as several other fascinating species that share the iconic bear’s mountainous home.

    Panda photographed by a camera trap
  • WWF Launches New iPad App to Bring the World’s Most Amazing Animals ‘Together’

    January 14, 2013

    Now available for free in the iTunes App Store, ‘WWF Together’ is a unique interactive experience that brings you closer to the stories of elephants, whales, rhinos and other fascinating species. Discover the animal’s lives and the work of WWF in a way you’ve never seen before. Try out “tiger vision,” stay as still as the polar bear during a hunt, and chop the panda’s bamboo.

    WWF Together App: Pandas
  • Peppers Help Pandas in China’s Sichuan Province

    April 06, 2012

    A new business model benefits pepper growers and conserves precious panda habitat in China’s Sichuan Province.

  • 30th Anniversary

    June 04, 2010