7 Seacole adopt a Giant Panda!
7 Seacole have got their fundraising heads together and chosen to raise money for a good cause by adopting a Giant Panda! They came up with the idea and even organised the fundraising themselves.
7 Seacole have got their fundraising heads together and chosen to raise money for a good cause by adopting a Giant Panda! They came up with the idea and have organised the fundraising themselves.
We would like to give you some information on how much this will help protect them. It is estimated that around 1,860 giant pandas remain in the world today. We, at Bishop’s, are helping to protect these iconic creatures by taking the initiative of adopting. By doing so, we will not only help capitalise projects to work with more local communities, monitor giant pandas signals and protect their habitat but also essentially the other necessary work around the world. Even though pandas are declared to not be extinct now, they still are threatened and we should do something to stop this. We have decided to adopt the panda from the WWF and it is a great organisation that takes care of other animals too.
Great things about giant pandas: Giant pandas live in the mountain forests of the centre of Chinese territories of Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu. Ninety-nine percent of the Giant pandas’ diet is vegetarian, and contains different types of bamboo. Adult giant pandas don’t socialise but they do confer through calls and scent markings. Giant pandas are the most recognisable and the rarest members of the bear family. They spend 10-16 hours a day feeding on different types of bamboo. They are also very courageous because they learn how to climb trees at an early age of 5 months! Giant pandas are also called Ailuropoda melanoleuca.
What we can do (Our Aims): – Increasing the panda habitats under legal protection. – Creating green corridors to link isolated pandas. – Patrolling against poaching, illegal logging, and encroachment. – Building local capacities for nature reserve management.
Why Pandas? Pandas are doing a very influential job in our world, they spread seeds around the mountains of China which help vegetation to bloom. So by doing this we are guarding our environment.
Well done, 7 Seacole!