Birds of a feather flock together at Guandu Nature Park


Photo courtesy of the Wild Bird Society of Taipei

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2015/10/25
By: S.M. Yang and Lillian Lin

Taipei, Oct. 25 (CNA) The Wild Bird Society of Taipei (WBST) held its 17th Taipei International Birdwatching Fair this weekend at Guandu Nature Park, in Taipei.

A WBST spokesman said Sunday nearly 7 percent of the world’s bird species can be seen in Taiwan, as many of them are endemic and the country is central to East Asia’s main migratory routes.

The wetlands of Guandu Nature Park are at the confluence of the Tamsui and Keelung rivers and the opportunity to view these migratory birds makes it a popular area for birdwatchers.

Every spring and autumn for the past decade, WBST has sponsored the Birdwatching Fair at Guandu Nature Park to introduce birders and the general public to the wetlands’ ecological resources and conservation efforts.     [FULL STORY]

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