GUANGZHOU: Forestry rangers in south China’s Guangdong Province have just lately discovered a flock of critically endangered spoon-billed sandpipers in a neighborhood reserve.
Thirty-four such birds have been discovered feeding on the Zhanjiang Mangrove Nationwide Nature Reserve, together with 10 sporting tags, in line with the provincial forestry bureau.
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It was the second time in recent times that the birds have been present in giant quantity within the coastal wetlands within the metropolis of Zhanjiang.
The spoon-billed sandpipers are one of many rarest birds on the earth. It’s estimated that the world has about 210 to 228 pairs of the birds in a position to reproduce.