Well, this summer I went to Europe and since I'm a panda-aholic, I went to the Vienna and Berlin zoos to see them.
I didn't really see the pandas much in Vienna, because one was hiding behind foliage and one was asleep, but I did take a lot of great pics and vids of Bao Bao, the one in Berlin, because he was eating really close to the glass wall which we could see through, and here are some of the pics I've taken.
Panda cub born! (August 3, 2007) (San Diego, CA) Bai Yun gave birth to a single cub today following a 2.5-hour labor. Our animal care staff observed parturition at 1:31 p.m. via a closed-circuit camera installed at the Giant Panda Research Station birthing den. This is a delicate period for the cub, but Bai Yun is an experienced mother and the Giant Panda Team will be monitoring the pair around the clock. The Zoo’s Panda Cam will provide a sneak peek into the den within the next 24 hours.
The sex of the newborn will not be known for some time. The newborn cub is the fourth giant panda born at the Zoo, all of them to Bai Yun. The cub's father is Gao Gao.
There is a video up on the San Diego Zoo site and momma is now on the cam. Cub has been difficult.. impossible to see.