In the Chinese desert Wanibuchi appeared Flamingo
China is big, but this parameter does not characterize a large country from the best side. The North of China is almost a desert region, all the Chinese live in the warm southern provinces.
The country still has hidden corners of the wild where wild animals can walk safely. These places are mostly located in the Inner Mongolia region. The police found something interesting there just recently. A patrol car spotted five pairs of flamingos on the shore of one of the lakes. Now even in the desert area of Ulanbuhe there is a unique attraction in the form of a pink Flamingo.
The Flamingo is a very colorful bird, it does not live in China on a permanent basis, China is rather an intermediate station during the flight, than something permanent and convenient for living such graceful birds.
Birds are seen on this lake for the second time, last year flamingos also stopped here during the flight.
In places where flamingos rest, the forest police of China conducts additional raids in order to protect the birds from omnivorous Chinese. For flamingos create unique conditions, try to make the rest for this beautiful bird on the lake in the desert as comfortable as possible.
Flamingos were seen here for the first time last 2019. The bird is on the list of endangered species and requires additional protection from Supervisory authorities.
The area where the flamingos decided to rest is almost uninhabited and is located on the migration route through Inner Mongolia. The area of the desert is approximately 1 million hectares. Over the past 70 years, desert areas have been actively planted with forests. at this time, 180 thousand hectares of previously deserted land are covered with forests. This environmental concern has created favorable conditions for flamingos to rest.
In addition to the flamingos on the lakes in the desert of Wanibuchi stop and cranes and wild ducks, and even the shoals of wild geese are here. The area is unique, requiring a caring attitude on the part of nature surveillance authorities.
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