Color appears in wetlands of nature reserve

By Han Junhong in Changchun and Zhou Huiying | | Updated: 2022-09-13 18:49
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A vast expanse of red seepweed and green plants make the wetlands of Momoge National Nature Reserve in Zhenlai town of Baicheng, Jilin province, look like a color palette. [Photo by Pan Shengyu/For]

Located on the border of Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces and the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Momoge is the largest wetland reserve in Jilin and an important stop on the migratory path of birds in East Asia.

Flocks of birds, such as white cranes and wild ducks have been seen flying or seeking food in the wetlands, forming a harmonious ecological landscape.

Zhang Siyu contributed to this story.

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