Migrating birds, forests thriving in China's coastal city

chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-05-07 08:46
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Flamingos wade through the water in Tiaozini wetland in Dongtai city, Yancheng city, East China's Jiangsu province, in Jan 2023. [Photo by Sun Jialu/for chinadaily.com.cn]

"In the past, the trees were planted for selling timber. In the 2000s, we have committed to developing eco-tourism with our forest resources, which has yielded higher economic benefits," said Lin.

The park received over 2 million visits in 2022, generating an income of over 150 million yuan ($21.7million).

"In the future, the park will further tap into the forest resources and offer upgraded leisure and sightseeing experience that integrates the ocean, wetlands, and forests, and strive to become a national-level tourist resort," said Lin.

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