From May 10 to July 31, 2014, China Wildlife Conservation Association, and Birdnet co-launched 2014 “Network Bird-Loving Week” in “Network Bird-Loving Week” created a new interaction mode, inviting net friends to take part in through breaking a blockade for watching birds and bird quizzes. Totally 7.36 million real-name net friends took part in the events, which hit a record high.

Rare and endangered plants in China was co-authored by Department of Wildlife Conservation and Nature Reserve Management of State Forestry Administration and Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and was published by Forestry Publishing House.


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A gene can affect the rise and fall of a country and a species can control the economic lifeline of a country. Wild animal and plant protection is not only related to the survival of a species but also affects the social and economic sustainable development, national gene and ecological safety and the human's long-term interests.

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