Conserving giant pandas in China
In 2016, the status of the giant panda was officially changed from Endangered to Vulnerable. Photographer Suzi Eszterhas journeyed to China to see the work of two breeding centres that have contributed to this extraordinary conservation effort.
About the photographer
Suzi Eszterhas is an acclaimed photographer with several awards to her name, including both Environmental and Wildlife Photographer of the Year. Best known for documenting young animals and family life in the wild, her work has been featured in over 100 publications including National Geographic Kids, TIMEand Smithsonian.
Having lived in an African bush camp for three years, Eszterhas has had extraordinary experiences during her time in the wilderness; she’s swum with sloths, been chased by a green mamba and has had to fend off bears and hyenas. She has captured wildlife images on all seven continents, recording intimate moments of natural beauty.
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