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Black-faced Spoonbill Reserve
Update Date:2019/12/13
Introduction
Theme
Natural Ecosystems
Status
Open
The reserve occupies country owned land inside the old and new sea wall, and covers an area of around 300 hectares. It has a variety of river mouth ecosystems and attracts a large number and variety of migratory birds. Every year in September black-faced spoonbills begin to arrive here from the north, returning north in March.
Location
23°04'15.10680"N 120°05'11.07600"E