Wolong Panda Reserve is probably the one an only Panda reserve which deserves kudos for being a safe haven for the endangered Giant Panda species. The Wolong Panda reserve in Mt Qionglai in China is a place which really thrills any visitor. The reason is obvious as the travellers get see and play with some real giant Teddy bears.
We cuddle enough those huge teddies almost everyday. So cozy are they, isn't it Every other human being cherishes to cuddle this huge giant teddy panda. Well,we offer you the chance and you have to travel all the way to Wolong Panda reserve in the east of Mt Qionglai. This panda reserve is contained in an area of 200,000 hectares. This Panda reserve has a lot of rare white pandas with some red Pandas occasionally found. Oh no! We mean Giant Pandas. The Wolong Panda reserve was started in the year 1963 and is one laying the foundation stone in its field.The Wolong Panda Reserve is home to more than 300 Pandas and is managed by the China conservation research center.The Wolong Pnda reserve has the highest number of Pandas in its conservation centre, infact more than in the wild . Thousands of visitors visit this nature reserve almost regularly just to a take a snap shot of these real teddies. These are Herbivorous giants who freak at the very sight of outsiders or humans. Staying in this conservation centre they have become gentle giants who welcome every visitor. They are also the goodwill ambassador of China.Wolong National Natural Reserve is truly a fairy land having those giant teddies in ample amount. this natural reserve is a true fiesta for scientists and explorers. Here visitors are allowed to donate some money and name a baby Panda of their choice.There was a massive earthquake in 2008. For security concerns and wellbeing the pandas had to be rehabilitated so they were shifted to the Wolong Panda reserve. These giant Bears would come back to their original home after it is repaired.A time for rejoicing indeed. A real enthrallment runs down the spines thinking and dreaming of meeting these giant Teddies someday. Of course a face to face meet and that would be possible if we let live these majestic creatures in the wild.