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Migrating black-necked cranes gather in SW China's Hongyuan
update:November 02,2021
In late October, black-necked cranes, classified as first-level state protected wildlife, begin migrating to their southern nesting grounds. The black-necked cranes were recently seen in southwest China's Hongyuan County gathering to take a short rest and eat. Located at the southeastern edge of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, Hongyuan is dotted with swamps, wetlands, lakes and lush aquatic plants, providing ample space and food sources for these birds to breed.

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