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Taijiang National Park is the first national park to be established bythe central government based on a proposal from a local government, and is alsothe first national park to feature “wetland.” It has brought the development ofnational parks in Taiwan to a new milestone. The national park is rich withlagoon geology, bird ecology, culture, history, and local industry, and allowsthe public to become better acquainted with world class natural ecologicalresources, as well as the history and culture of Taiwan in Taijiang.


Kinmen National Park Headquarters has spared no effort in ecologicalconservation and made significant accomplishments in recent years. Besidesdiscovering the new species “Cassiduladoliolum,”it also discovered a number of protected species that have vanished from Taiwanbut remained in Kinmen, including Anabantidae,Chinemysreevesii, Mugilogobiuschulae, and otters.

It has been 18 yearssince the first phase of Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park was open in 1996. We havemanaged and maintained it over the years to make it a park of trees and shade.
“Kenting Waterfowl Season” will run at Kenting National Park Headquarters from December 21, 2013, to January 26, 2014. 
Waterfowl Season in Kenting: Birdwatching at Longluan Lake
Since the establishment of the Dongsha Marine National Park by the Ministry of Interior Affairs in January, 2007, and the announcement of its Marine National Park Administration in October of the same year...
The 5th Marine Conservation School Promotion Tour Rouses Awareness for Environmental Protection
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