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Welcome to 2021 Taijiang National Park Headquarters Presentation of Conservation Results

  • PostDate:2022-04-07
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In 2021, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters organized a plan for promoting eco-friendly habitats and implement the idea of the green map with humans and birds living in harmony, to actively solve the problem of food shortage for black-faced spoonbills, a flagship species. In addition, as this bird’s habitat is deteriorating gradually, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters built a diverse habitat, and conducted substrate perturbation and mangrove suppression, thus gradually achieving a wise use of wetland and reaching the primary concrete result. We organized traces of history by connecting the historical water channel to the fishery and salt industry. The results are quite fruitful and diverse. To encourage public engagement and promotion, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters will hold the event “2021 Taijiang National Park Headquarters Presentation of Conservation Results” at the First Screening Room in the visitor center in the morning on Wednesday, May 18, 2022 to share the research results with everyone.

 

The topics of this conference include habitat experiments and conservation research plans at the core area of the wetland at the estuary of Tsengwen River in Taijiang National Park, historical water channel and investigation plans of relevant facilities, land crab ecology surveys, and eco-friendly habitat creation test results for international migratory species in 2021. Principal investigators of all sub projects, specialized in this field, from National Chiayi University, Taiwan Academy of Ecology and Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology, will be invited to hold the presentation of results. This is a rare opportunity. Everyone is welcome to participate. Visitors may view the exhibition and watch relevant films at the visitor center after the presentation.

 

Visitors may visit the website of Taijiang National Park for event information and sign up starting today. The deadline is May 11, 2022 at 12 PM. Visitors may contact the Conservation Research Section for any question (06-2842600 ext. 1607, Mr. Ting, a technical specialist). The agenda is shown below:

 

 Agenda of 2021 Taijiang National Park Headquarters Presentation of Conservation Results

Time

Result Presentation Topics

Presenter

Presenter profile

09:00--09:20

             Sign in

09:20--09:30

           Guest speech

09:30--10:10

The habitat experiments and conservation research plans at the core area of the wetland at the estuary of Tsengwen River in Taijiang National Park

Chiu Yu Wen

Associate professor of the Department and Graduate School of Biological Resources, National Chiayi University

10:10--10:40

Historical water channel and investigation plans of relevant facilities in Taijiang National Park

Wu Chien Sheng

Associate professor of the Department and Graduate School of Applied History, National Chiayi University

10:40--10:50

         Exchange of Opinions (1)

10:50--11:00

            Break

11:00--11:30

Ecology survey of land crabs in Taijiang National Park

Liu Hung Chang

Ph.D. of Taiwan Academy of Ecology

11:30--12:00

Eco-friendly habitat creation test results for international migratory species in 2021

Chen I Fu

Associate Professor, Department of Visual Communication Design, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology

12:00--12:10

        Exchange of Opinions (2)

12:10

           Return home

 

  • Date of presentation: Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 09:00 - 12:10
  • Location of presentation: First Screening Room, Visitor Center in the Taijiang National Park Headquarters
  • Signing up date: Starting from today until May 11, 2022 at 12 PM. Sign up on the website of Taijiang National Park Headquarters. Availability is limited.
  • Participants who attend the entire Presentation of Results may register three hours for lifelong learning of civil servants.
  • Participants must bring their own water cup and tableware for environmental protection.
  • Please follow the pandemic prevention instructions by the Central Epidemic Command Center during the pandemic.