Xincen Sports Park
The best bird-watching spot in the South Budai Wetlands
Enjoy winter migratory birds such as black-faced spoonbills and Eurasian wigeon
Southern Budai Salt Fields Wetlands covers an area of about 722 hectares. According to the results of the 2020 annual survey, birds such as the black-faced spoonbills, the cormorants, Anatidae (ducks, green-headed ducks, and tufted ducks), the Eurasian teal, the Eurasian wigeon, the black-headed gull, the black-tailed gull, the African sacred ibis, the Kentish plover, the common greenshank in the Charadriidae family, and herons such as little egrets and night herons can all be seen here. The number of black-faced spoonbills observed on that day was as high as 639. The plant species include the Taiwan mulberry tree, the green bristlegrass, the cogongrass and the Egyptian crowfoot grass, etc. In addition, we can see fish, shrimp, shellfish, aquatic plants such as seaweed, silk algae, tassel and algae including sea lettuce, which all demonstrate the richness of the ecology in this area.
- No.13,County161, Budai Township, Chiayi County Taiwán, R.O.C
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