Southern Anhui Series | Episode 10: Living with birds

Southern anhui series | episode 10: living with birds

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Shengjin Lake located in east China’s Anhui Province hosts nearly 100,000 birds every year, including some critically endangered bird species. The lake has been included in the List of Wetlands of International Importance. Watch this episode to find out more.

About ‘Journeys in Nature’: Southern Anhui Series

In this series, we take you on a tour of southern Anhui, the area south of the Yangtze River in east China’s Anhui Province, where the world’s cultural and natural heritage, Mount Huangshan, lies. Not only magnificent natural landscapes, but also magical species, such as the Chinese alligator and stump-tailed macaque, can be found in this area.

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