Established in January of 2000, the Black Leopard Wildlife Conservation Station is the first environmental organization to use traditional ink painting to represent biodiversity in China. This artistic collaboration has come about through the artist Li Li working with the 12 members of the station on their protecting biodiversity projects. The headquarter station is in Ye Sanpo of the Ju Ma river basin, with other stations in Nanhe, Sibeiyu and Caushuan, and one migrant birds monitoring station in Guanting. The major conservation programs are to protect the black stork and its habitat and to protect migrant birds and their habitat. They have rescued more than 2100 wild animals that belong to the Chinese National Country-level 1 or 2 protection scheme.
Our Mission: Use our power to protect nature, engage the public to realize the importance of our wildlife conservation work.
Our Concept: Using the power of Chinese ink painting to protect nature.
Major Scope of work:
Communicate and Educate about the law and knowledge of wildlife protection
Patrol and rescue wildlife and habitat
Monitor and investigate wildlife and habitat
Image collection and painting to record data of wildlife and habitat
Rescue incident reported by domestic and overseas, Beijing Evening News, Beijing Daily News, Beijing Youth Daily, Beijing Morning post, Beijing Times, Global Times, The First, Beijing News, China Green Times, China Daily, Legal Evening News. CCTV,BTV, PhoenixTV, HNTV, Beijing Broadcast, BBC, AFP, and relevant magazine or periodicals.
Black stork conservation in Ju Ma River eco-region
Protect Migrant birds and Wetland Conservation in Beijing
Mammals investigation in Beijing
Mutual benefit by Chinese ink Painting
Public education of natural protection
Organizer Natural study camp, you can experience the life of ranger during open days.