In recent years, Shaoguan’s Chebaling National Nature Reserve has been divided into 100 grid cells with 230 infrared cameras being installed, achieving the intelligent monitoring of the entire area. Over the past five years, a total of 93 species of wildlife have been monitored, including 20 kinds of animals and 72 types of birds, 22 among which are national key protected animals. Through the conservation of biodiversity for nearly 40 years, the Reserve enjoys an improved ecological environment with a wider range of inhabiting species.
Chebaling National Nature Reserve, known as the “treasury of species”, serves as a typical illustration of biodiversity, with flocks of silver pheasants, leopard cats, serows and Indian muntjaks, all of which are national key protected animals. The field monitor trekked over 10 kilometers on foot to set up infrared cameras and spot the silver pheasants, the national second-class protected animals.
Planning: Zhang Junhua, Tan Shilong
Producer: Luo Yanjun, Wang Xiyong, Cao Si
Coordinator: Zeng Qiang,Zheng Jiaxin, Zhang Youqiong, Huang Yinglai, Wang Liangjue
Director: Xiao Xiong
Video Shooting: Xiao Xiong, Yao Jiashuo(intern)
Video Editor: Alice, Yao Jiashuo (intern), Nancy(intern)
Editor: Olivia, Monica, Jerry