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Tianjiang Black-faced Spoonbill Season closing event launches on the 27th of March with lots of fun!

  • PostDate:2021-03-10
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Taiwan's only wetland national park, "Taijiang National Park" has a vast and rich wetland area, which is an important winter habitat for black-faced spoonbills and migratory birds. From October to March of each year, flocks of water birds often forage and move in estuaries, fishponds, and abandoned salt flats. In order to make people aware of the importance of wetland ecology and conservation, the Taijiang National Park Administration (hereinafter referred to as Taijiang Office) organizes a series of events during the bird watching season every year. The spring is coming, which is the season the black-faced spoonbill are about to return to the north. The Taijiang Office specially plans to hold a closing event of "2020 Black-face spoonbill viewing season" on March 27, 2020 as the end of their stay, and is welcoming the public and parent-child families to participate together.

This event includes "Black-faced Spoonbill hunt for points" – small booth games, simple DIY, and a community market of the home guardian circle in Taijiang National Park Visitor Center Square (Taijiang Academy). Through the participation in stamp collecting activities to learn the ecological knowledge of black-faced spoonbills. Participators can exchange stamp points for special souvenirs (limited to 300 packages). The "Spring Tour of Taijiang Wetland Tour" is a half-day tour to take the people to feel the changes in the wetland environment, admire the beautiful feathers of the black-faced spoonbills and winter migratory birds before their returning to the north, and wish them a smooth flight. Through this tour and booth games, we hope to let the public feel the vitality of wetlands, understand the importance of wetland conservation, and think about how to protect the environment together with a friendlier attitude.

There is no need to register for the "Black-faced Spoonbill Pass Gathering Points for Fun" event, and the public can participate directly on-site at the same day.