Field Research

Published: 05 July 2022
Last edited: 05 July 2022

From late November 2021 to early December 2021, the Hainan Institute of National Park (HINP) conducted field research in and around the five family groups (group A - E) of gibbons in the reserve with the participation of relevant experts and staff from the Bawangling Reserve. The research has set up 8 stationed sites and 21 surveillance sites, covering the habitat of each Hainan gibbon population, with 48 team members participating simultaneously.

Classifications

Category
Collection of baseline and monitoring data and knowledge
Scale of implementation
Local
Phase of solution
Inception phase

Enabling factors

  • Past data accumulation of Hainan gibbons monitoring
  • Participation of experienced experts
  • Support from the Hainan Institute of National Park (HINP)

Lessons learned

The field research has provided data support for the protection of Hainan gibbons, and played a key role in timely grasping information and formulating conservation plans.

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