Birdwatching in Chengdu with some young-at-heart guides

Birdwatching in chengdu with some young-at-heart guides

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In Chengdu, capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province, birdwatching is a popular pastime among the retired residents, who finally have time to explore nature after spending their entire lives working in concrete buildings. Watch this video to learn about them.

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