Where do you want to see mammals in China? Come to us, we take you to the right place!
The abundant and diverse nature environments in China has provided suitable habitats for lots of mammals in the wild. The vast territory gives China many different ecological environments with oceans as borders in the southeast and various landscapes including mangrove forests, farmlands, hills, mighty mountains, glaciers, grasslands, marshlands, forests,barren and uninhibited deserts and lush tropical forests. Here you can find 10% of the mammal species in the world or about 560 species of recorded mammals. Among them, there are some well known ones such as Giant Panda, Lesser Panda, Asian Elephant, Siberian Tigers and Finless Porpoise. Our team has rich experiences of observing mammals. We know where is the best place to watch forest mammals, and where you can get the same level of excitements from observing ungulates as in African Wilderness. In this chapter, we are going to share with you some itineraries covering famous mammal-watching places and mammals you have good chance to see in those trips.
Sichuan,doubtlessly, is one of the best places in China to observe forest mammals because of its well-protected virgin forests and abundant diversified ecological environments. Therefore, if you are lucky, you can encounter forest-based mammals such as Lesser Panda, Sichuan Takin, Sichuan Snub-nosed Golden Monkey, Rhesus Macaque, Tibetan Macaque, Water Deer, Sika Deer, Yellow-throated Marten,Leopard Cat, Asiatic Black Bear, Tufted Deer,and Chinese Serow.
Qinghai is a place accommodating relatively greater number of large ungulates which have limited population in China. Because of the degradation and loss of habitats, now the situation of large ungulate population can by no means be called optimistic. This province is the best place to observe mammals living on this highest plateau in the world.Here you can find Snow Leopard, Wild Yak, Tibetan Antelope, Goitred Gazelle，Mongolian gazelle，Blue Sheep, Brown Bears, Himalayan Marmot, Kiang and Wild Horse.