Cormorant, the most lifelike scenery in Nenjiang Gulf
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Cormorant, the most lifelike scenery in Nenjiang Gulf

Cormorant, the most lifelike scenery in Nenjiang Gulf

Recently, hundreds of cormorants perched in the Nenjiang Gulf wetland bank, adding beautiful scenery to the scenic area.

A Cormorant is also known as a kind of osprey with black plumage, small laryngeal pouch and long and sharply hooked mouth. They are good at catching fish. Wild cormorants usually perch in the rivers or lakes and marshes. Since 2007, Da'an government has determined to recover and protect wetland, develop ecological tourism, establish ecological civilization and exert great efforts to implement the project of reviving and protection Nenjiang Gulf and tourism development. Due to this historical breakthrough, municipal government created the Binjiang Garden City and Ecological Tourism City combined with natural wetland, ecological tourism and city development. With several years of development and establishment, the wetland has returned to its original appearance, attracting many rare birds to perch there. Furthermore, with the abundant rain, Nenjiang Gulf wetland has expanded largely, rich in grass, making it a good environment for migratory birds. The coming of hundreds of cormorants is a good evidence of the performance of the recovering ecology in Nenjiang Gulf.