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Beihai Wetland is a bird's paradise in SW China's Yunnan

By Li Yingqing | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2021-01-18 18:03

The Beihai Wetland sees birds everywhere during the winter.

In January 2005, the Beihai Wetland in Tengchong, Southwest China's Yunnan province, became a nature reserve with a total area of 1,629 hectares. In 2016, 84 purple swamphen, a chicken-sized bird, arrived here. In 2021, they've grown to more than 2,000. 

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