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Jingxin Wetland: Paradise for birds and photography enthusiasts

By Han Junhong and Zhou Huiying | | Updated: 2019-02-28 17:15
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A Steller's sea eagle, national first-class protected animal, flies back to Jingxin Wetland in Hunchun, Northeast China’s Jilin province, at the end of February. [Photo provided to]

As the temperature goes up in the early spring, a group of rare birds, including Steller's sea eagles, white-tailed eagles, and vultures come back to Jingxin Wetland in Hunchun, Northeast China's Jilin province, at the end of February.

In recent years, pleasant climate and improving ecological conditions in Hunchun have attracted more migrating birds to rest here, forming a unique landscape for tourists and local residents.

Moreover, it has become a great place for photography enthusiasts to record the spectacular scene.

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