China-Red Deer Protection

Red deer increase to 3,000 in north China nature reserve

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Shotlist


Hexigten Banner, Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, north China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of Huanggangliang Nature Reserve
2. Aerial shot of people in nature reserve
3. Various of red deer in nature reserve
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Bai Tiesong, deputy head, Huanggangliang police station, Hexigten Banner Public Security Bureau:
"During our monitoring, we found frequent activities of wild red deer. They appeared in herds of 20-30 or even 50-60, adult deer and fawns. They would forage in the forest in the morning and evening, which is their living habit. And they move in herds, which is the best way to defend themselves against their enemies."
5. Aerial shot of nature reserve
6. Aerial shots of red deer running
7. Various of patrolmen
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Bai Tiesong, deputy head, Huanggangliang police station, Hexigten Banner Public Security Bureau (partially overlaid with shot 9):
"In recent years, local forest police and staff members from the nature reserve stepped up wildlife protection efforts and cracked down on poaching. Our efforts also include routine patrol, 24-hour duty, vehicle check and forage supply, which have contributed to the increase in the number of red deer in the nature reserve. According to preliminary estimate, there are nearly 3,000 wild red deer in the Huanggangliang Nature Reserve in Hexigten Banner."
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9. Aerial shot of red deer running
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10. Various of red deer

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The number of red deer has risen to nearly 3,000 from several hundred in a nature reserve in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region thanks to improved local environment and enhanced wildlife protection efforts.

Herds of red deer can be seen running, foraging in the mountains of the Huanggangliang Nature Reserve in Hexigten Banner of Chifeng City.

"During our monitoring, we found frequent activities of wild red deer. They appeared in herds of 20-30 or even 50-60, adult deer and fawns. They would forage in the forest in the morning and evening, which is their living habit. And they move in herds, which is the best way to defend themselves against their enemies," said Bai Tiesong, deputy head of the Huanggangliang police station of the Hexigten Banner Public Security Bureau.

The Huanggangliang Nature Reserve covers an area of 38,307 hectares. The red deer is under the second highest level state protection in China. They can well adapt to severe weather and are able to live in temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius.

There were once only several hundred red deer left in Hexigten Banner as a result of the reduction of their habitat and poaching.

But thanks to the efforts in wildlife protection and improvement of local ecological environment, the number of the species has increased notably in recent years.

"In recent years, local forest police and staff members from the nature reserve stepped up wildlife protection efforts and cracked down on poaching. Our efforts also include routine patrol, 24-hour duty, vehicle check and forage supply, which have contributed to the increase in the number of red deer in the nature reserve. According to preliminary estimate, there are nearly 3,000 wild red deer in the Huanggangliang Nature Reserve in Hexigten Banner," said Bai.

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  • ID : 8103038
  • Published : 2019-02-12 21:44
  • Last Modified : 2019-02-12 21:45:42
  • Location : Inner Mongolia,China
  • Category : environment
  • Duration : 2'04
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats/Part Mute
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Version : 2

China-Red Deer Protection

Red deer increase to 3,000 in north China nature reserve

Dateline : Recent

Location : Inner Mongolia,China

Duration : 2'04

  • English


Hexigten Banner, Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, north China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of Huanggangliang Nature Reserve
2. Aerial shot of people in nature reserve
3. Various of red deer in nature reserve
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Bai Tiesong, deputy head, Huanggangliang police station, Hexigten Banner Public Security Bureau:
"During our monitoring, we found frequent activities of wild red deer. They appeared in herds of 20-30 or even 50-60, adult deer and fawns. They would forage in the forest in the morning and evening, which is their living habit. And they move in herds, which is the best way to defend themselves against their enemies."
5. Aerial shot of nature reserve
6. Aerial shots of red deer running
7. Various of patrolmen
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Bai Tiesong, deputy head, Huanggangliang police station, Hexigten Banner Public Security Bureau (partially overlaid with shot 9):
"In recent years, local forest police and staff members from the nature reserve stepped up wildlife protection efforts and cracked down on poaching. Our efforts also include routine patrol, 24-hour duty, vehicle check and forage supply, which have contributed to the increase in the number of red deer in the nature reserve. According to preliminary estimate, there are nearly 3,000 wild red deer in the Huanggangliang Nature Reserve in Hexigten Banner."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
9. Aerial shot of red deer running
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
10. Various of red deer


The number of red deer has risen to nearly 3,000 from several hundred in a nature reserve in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region thanks to improved local environment and enhanced wildlife protection efforts.

Herds of red deer can be seen running, foraging in the mountains of the Huanggangliang Nature Reserve in Hexigten Banner of Chifeng City.

"During our monitoring, we found frequent activities of wild red deer. They appeared in herds of 20-30 or even 50-60, adult deer and fawns. They would forage in the forest in the morning and evening, which is their living habit. And they move in herds, which is the best way to defend themselves against their enemies," said Bai Tiesong, deputy head of the Huanggangliang police station of the Hexigten Banner Public Security Bureau.

The Huanggangliang Nature Reserve covers an area of 38,307 hectares. The red deer is under the second highest level state protection in China. They can well adapt to severe weather and are able to live in temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius.

There were once only several hundred red deer left in Hexigten Banner as a result of the reduction of their habitat and poaching.

But thanks to the efforts in wildlife protection and improvement of local ecological environment, the number of the species has increased notably in recent years.

"In recent years, local forest police and staff members from the nature reserve stepped up wildlife protection efforts and cracked down on poaching. Our efforts also include routine patrol, 24-hour duty, vehicle check and forage supply, which have contributed to the increase in the number of red deer in the nature reserve. According to preliminary estimate, there are nearly 3,000 wild red deer in the Huanggangliang Nature Reserve in Hexigten Banner," said Bai.

ID : 8103038

Published : 2019-02-12 21:44

Last Modified : 2019-02-12 21:45:42

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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