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Inner Mongolia becomes a paradise for migratory birds

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2017-04-18 09:48

Waterfowl sweep over a section of the Yellow River near Dalad Banner, Ordos, Inner Mongolia autonomous region. [Photo/nmgnews.com.cn]

With a wide span of longitudes, Inner Mongolia boasts over 180 nature reserves and 49 national-level wetland parks, all of which attract flocks of migratory birds to perch there during the long journeys.

From Juyan Lake to Horqin Grassland, migratory birds — swans, geese, egrets, mallards, cranes and gulls — gather in the wetlands and lakes to eat and rest before resuming their long annual journeys.

Usually there are three migration routes for birds that travel through Inner Mongolia.

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