Migrating birds, forests thriving in China's coastal city

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-05-07 08:46
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Shorebirds gather at the Tiaozini wetland in Feb 2023. [Photo by Sun Jialu/for chinadaily.com.cn]

"Tiaozini has become one of the preferred habitats during the migration season for many critically endangered and endangered bird species around the world," said Jiang Wenkui, director of the Tiaozini wetland service center. "To date, we've observed birds of 410 species including four critically endangered, nine endangered and 16 vulnerable."

"We have even observed 11 flamingos this year, which was rarely seen at the flat before, maybe accidently one or two in 2018, said Lyu. "As the ecology improves, more and more birds are attracted to come and stay here."

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