Scientific research and monitoring

Published: 08 July 2020
Last edited: 08 July 2020

Through the fishnet method to set up camera traps, sample plots more than 20% of the nature reserve, collecting moose forage plant samples, feces samples, hair samples, etc. for lab analysis, to investigate the moose population density, genetic and dispersal mechanism, nutritional adaptation strategy, gut microbiological characteristics, movement characteristics in Hanma and adjacent areas, and to formulate protection countermeasures based on these results.


Collection of baseline and monitoring data and knowledge
Education, training and other capacity development activities
Scale of implementation
Phase of solution
Planning phase
Inception phase
Review phase

Enabling factors

Professional technical team

Sufficient funds

Effective management

Lessons learned

The most important thing to monitor moose is to have a professional technical team. Professor Jiang Guangshun from College Of Wildlife And Protected Area, Northeast Forestry University has been conducting investigation and monitoring of wildlife for many years. With professional technical knowledge, personnel, equipment and rich experience, it can ensure the smooth implementation of the project, and the results are quite reliable.