There are many ways to make a fan of Red Pandas happy at Christmas. We have put together a very subjective selection of our favourite gift ideas here.
Note: This list was made by us, we receive no bonus for it (and do not want any). All data, including all prices, are without guarantee!
For trendy Red Pandas
Red Panda in Space T-Shirt
The First Panda! There are several “Red Pandas in space” T-shirt designs in the online shopping galaxy. But so far, none has implemented it as consistently as this Red Panda in Space T-Shirt. Price: $20,- (approx. €18,-)
Pandaware is a new fashion and design shop that puts Red Pandas in the spotlight. Very good! A part of the revenue is donated for the protection of the animals. Even better! Photo: the Basic Panda Pillow. Price: from $22,50,- (approx. €20,-)
For free Red Pandas
Free The Bears gift shop
The Australian animal welfare organisation Free The Bears has rescued Red Pandas in Laos this year and built a new home for them. The Free The Bears online shop offers Christmas cards and lots of adorable stuffed animals. You can also send a donation as a gift!
For fibre-rich Red Pandas
Stationery made from very natural raw materials
For travelling Red Pandas
Zoo encounters with Red Pandas
Zoos around the world offer the possibility to meet Red Pandas. We have a summary about these offers here.
Go to Nepal and experience Red Pandas in the wild! The Red Panda Network fulfils this wish. The 8-day long Ecotrip brings you closer to Nepal’s nature and culture. There are special tours for zoo staff and photography enthusiasts. Price: $2,350, – (approx. 2,100 euro) – excl. flights to/from Nepal
Red Panda Carry On
At Valley Zoo Development Society’s shop you can find this Red Panda Carry On which, thanks to its design, guarantees that there will be no more confusion at the baggage claim area at the airport. Price: $169,- (approx. €150,-)
For supportive Red Pandas
Donations and adoptions
Red Panda Network also cooperates with so called Forest Guardians who work to protect the Red Pandas. You can also support the Forest Guardians.
The WWF Germany is working in Indian state Sikkim on conservation projects for the Red Panda, donations can be contributed here.