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  • Wild Beijing - part 7: Keeping Crickets

    Beijingers have a long tradition of keeping wild animals as pets, there are records of the royal family in the Qing dynasty keeping song birds and crickets. In part 7 we meet Mr Liu who keeps crickets in his hutong home.

  • Wild Beijing - part 6: Rescuing Raptors

    In Part 6 staff and volunteers at Beijing's first Raptor rescue centre talk about their pioneering rescue and rehabilitation work, and the importance of the raptors role in keeping a healthy and balanced ecosystem.

  • Wild Beijing – part 5: Swift Capital

    Professor Gao Wu talks about Beijing's historic relationship with the swift. And how this migratory bird has been managed to adapt to Beijing's changing urban environment.

  • Wild Beijing – part 4: Caught on Camera

    We follow a group of wildlife enthusiasts who lay camera traps in the mountains north of Beijing, capturing footage of some of Beijing's most secretive wildlife.

  • Wild Beijing – part 3: Birding in Beijing

    The last thing you would expect to find in an ever-expanding city like Beijing is Wildlife. But it's here! In fact Beijing has a greater variety of bird species than London, New York and Paris. This 8 part series will explore Beijing's wildlife and the people trying to conserve it.

  • Wild Beijing – part 2: Beijing's Wetlands

    The last thing you would expect to find in an ever-expanding city like Beijing is Wildlife. But its here!In fact Beijing has a greater variety of bird species than London, New York and Paris. This 8 part series will explore Beijing’s wildlife and the people trying to conserve it.

  • Wild Beijing – part 1: The Black Stork

    The last thing you would expect to find in an ever expanding city like Beijing is Wildlife. But its here! In fact Beijing has a greater variety of bird species than London, New York and Paris. Wild Beijing, a 8-part series, will explore Beijing’s wildlife and the people trying to conserve it. Part 1 follows conservationist and artist Li Li, on patrol of a ...

  • Wild Beijing Infographic

    The last thing you would expect to find in a heavily polluted ever expanding city like Beijing is Wildlife. But its here!

  • China's Amateur Photographers

    By 2015 China is expected to be the biggest camera market in the world with many of those sales happening in the amateur enthusiast market. China Daily reporter D J Clark, set off to join a group of amateur photographers in Hubei on a weekend competition in the rapeseed fields of Shayang.

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