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HENAN, December 14, China daily -- Photographers in a snowy field in Sanmenxia city, Central China's Henan province, captured golden pheasants, a bird species listed as a second-level protected wild animal.

The bird is also known as the "fire phoenix", due to its colorful feathers.

Local government said they have dedicated time and resources to bird protection and conservation since 2014.

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BEIJING, October 12 -- In order to promote forestry and grassland scientific and technological innovation, National Forestry and Grassland Administration of China initiated the preparation work in May this year. Recently, 110 organizations which join in the Forestry and Grassland National Innovation Alliance in the first round have been established in China.

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YICHUAN, September 17, Chinadaily -- Yinchuan, capital of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in northwestern China, is paying greater attention to environmental protection in response to the central government's call to maintain sustainable development.
Officials said the city had made significant efforts to curb desertification, increase reforestation and improve wetland protection over the past few years.

The 81,800-hectare Baijitan National Nature Reserve in Lingwu county in Yinchuan is on the edge of the Maowusu Desert, which covers an area of more than 40,000 square kilometers. The gradually expanding desert has been a critical problem constraining regional development since the 1950s.

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BEIJING, September 11, Chinadaily -- Three young Chinese were honored Tuesday as the winners of an environmental project contest for their ideas and efforts in environmental and ecological protection.

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LANZHOU, September 10, Chinadaily -- He Min has patrolled the giant panda habitat of Baishuijiang National Reserve in Gansu province for 16 years, but he has only had one encounter with a wild animal.

Covering nearly 184,000 hectares of mountain forest, Baishuijiang, which is China's largest giant panda habitat, is home to more than 110 wild giant pandas, 10 percent of the country's total.
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