Pambassador Campaign Offers People the Chance to be Panda Protectors

By: Wes Walcott - Published: Sep 13, 2012 • References: wildaid.org & holykaw.alltop
If you’ve ever wanted to spend a year with some of the world’s cuddliest critters, the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding (aka the Chengdu Panda Base) offers the perfect opportunity with their Pambassador program.

Dubbed ‘PandaQuest,’ the campaign plan is to enlist three people to go to China and help raise global awareness about the country’s most iconic animal species: the giant panda. Selected candidates will also join a five-month ‘Global Panda Conservation Tour’ to visit pandas living in captivity at zoos in other countries.

The campaign is organized through the Chengdu Panda Base and is supported by the Yao Ming Foundation. To sign up for a chance to become the 2013 Pambassador, visit wildaid.org. Applications are being accepted through Facebook until October 1st, 2012. Stats for Altruistic Animal Ambassadors Trending: Older & Chilly
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