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Taijiang Black-faced Spoonbill Season: the Closing Ceremony of “Farewell Black-faced Spoonbill” Invites you to do Creative Handcrafts and See Them off Returning North

Entering spring, migratory birds have successively returned north for breeding, and the six-month Taijiang Black-faced Spoonbill (Platalea minor) Season is also coming to an end. Taijiang National Park Headquarters will hold a “Farewell Black-faced Spoonbill” closing ceremony on Mar. 25th which will include activities such as paper fan printing, paper-carved black-faced spoonbills, workshop on making illustrated pen bags and others. In addition to that, regular tour guide of the park and the exhibition on nominated selected pictures of 2016 Taijiang National Park will also be available.

We expect that through tour guide explanations, creative handcraft activities and photographical records, citizens can know the natural ecosystem, industrial culture and history of Taijiang and further conceive the environmental education and conservation ideas of Taijiang.

All activities are free of charge, but certain workshops need to be applied for online in advance. Online application is scheduled to start from 10:00 AM Mar. 20th, 2017 and is available until there is no vacancy. For citizens who are interested, please refer to the website of Taijiang National Park.