SpectacularFor the first time in Yangjiang Guangdong 60 black-faced spoonbills were discovered

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  Recently, wild animal law enforcement personnel in Yangjiang City, Guangdong Province, discovered 60 black-faced spoonbills in the Hailing Embankment Wetland of Yangjiang during the monitoring and investigation of wild animal epidemic diseases.According to reports, the black-faced spoonbill is very sensitive to the environment and has very high requirements on the habitat environment. This is the first time such a large number of black-faced spoonbills have been found in the Yangjiang area in the past five years, highlighting the recent development of Yangjiang City as a national forest city.The effect of continuous optimization of the ecological environment.

  The black-faced spoonbill is named after the pipa in the Chinese musical instrument. It is the second most endangered water bird after the crested ibis. It is listed as an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Natural Resources Species and the International Bird Conservation CommissionIn the Red Book.

  It is understood that these black-faced spoonbills have stayed here for some time, take a leisurely walk on the tidal flat every day, or stop to watch, earnestly prey, a breeze blows, a group of white figures flying with the blue sky and white clouds, the staff hurriedlyUse the camera in your hand to record this beautiful picture.(Zhang Qi, CCTV reporter)

  

  

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