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Taijiang National Park Collaborates with Fishermen to Create an Eco-Friendly Habitat Where All Living Beings Can Thrive

On June 8, 2021, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters livestreamed the 2020 Conservation Research Presentation, where they presented five reports. Among them, the eco-friendly habitat creation pilot project first involved three fishermen partners who built 10.8 hectares of fish farms in 2020 that served as eco-friendly habitats to black-faced spoonbills. By 2021, 11 fishermen have submitted applications, covering an area of 97.41 hectares.

According to the 2021 global population census of black-faced spoonbills, the number of wintering black-faced spoonbills in Taiwan hit a record high again this year. Compared to last year, there was an increase of 347 spoonbills, reaching 3,132 spoonbills in total. This number accounts for 60% of their global population.

The Taijiang National Park Headquarters hopes that the cultural-creative products or eco-tourism products that help to deepen and promote this concept will be authorized and certified by the Black-faced Spoonbill “Happy” trademark and the Wetland of Importance Label, in order to help increase the added value of the products and their promotion through different channels.

It is hoped that by working together with fishermen, we can establish a comprehensive and eco-friendly habitat for winter migratory birds in the Taijiang area where humans and nature can live harmoniously and thrive together. Ecological sustainability can help us create a green map of Taijiang.

On June 8, 2021, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters livestreamed the 2020 Conservation Research Presentation, where they presented five reports.
On June 8, 2021, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters livestreamed the 2020 Conservation Research Presentation, where they presented five reports.
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