Live: Time for bird watching as egrets and cormorants prepare for winter in NW China

Live: time for bird watching as egrets and cormorants prepare for winter in nw china

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Time for bird watching as egrets and cormorants prepare for winter in NW China” – below is their description.

Chanba National Wetland Park in Xi’an City, northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, is home to many bodies of water that provide suitable conditions for wildlife. The park is home to 200 wildlife species, including over 100 bird species. Winter is the best season for bird watching here. Around this time of the year, flocks of cormorants and egrets arrive to spend winter here, creating a beautiful natural sight against the vast expanses of reed marshes. Join CGTN live to watch the lovely birds.

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