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                                                      China’s migratory bird sanctuaries added to World Heritage List

                                                      Updated: Jul 5,2019 8:59 PM     Xinhua

                                                      Aerial photo shows scenery of the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. China’s Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf (Phase I) were inscribed on the World Heritage List as a natural site on July 5 at the ongoing 43rd session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Azerbaijan’s capital of Baku. Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf of China are located in the Yellow Sea ecoregion, containing the world’s largest continuous mudflat seashore. It is the central node of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF), which is the most threatened migratory flyway worldwide and boasts the largest number of endangered and critically endangered species. The area has a high biodiversity, with about 280 species of fishes and more than 500 species of invertebrates, providing a variety of food resources for millions of migratory birds. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      BAKU — China’s Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf (Phase I) were inscribed on the World Heritage List as a natural site on July 5 at the ongoing 43rd session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Azerbaijan’s capital here.

                                                      The decision to inscribe the Chinese natural site on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) World Heritage List was unanimously supported by all members of the World Heritage Committee.

                                                      “This inscription demonstrates the firm commitment of China to conservation of the world heritage. It will set an example for subsequent sites for the nomination of East Asian-Australasian Flyway,” Shen Yang, ambassador and permanent delegate of China to UNESCO, said following the announcement of the decision.

                                                      Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along the coast of the Yellow Sea-Bohai Gulf of China are located in the Yellow Sea ecoregion, containing the world’s largest continuous mudflat seashore.

                                                      It is the central node of the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF), which is the most threatened migratory flyway worldwide and boasts the largest number of endangered and critically endangered species.

                                                      The area has a high biodiversity, with about 280 species of fishes and more than 500 species of invertebrates, providing a variety of food resources for millions of migratory birds.

                                                      Aerial photo shows scenery of the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Aerial photo shows terns flying over the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, June 28, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Aerial photo shows wild birds flying over a flock of elks in the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, June 27, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Black-faced spoonbills are seen at the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu Province, June 27, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Aerial photo shows elks living in the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 14, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Wild birds are seen at the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Aerial photo shows egrets resting on top of trees at the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, June 26, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Aerial photo shows egrets resting on top of trees at the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, June 26, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Wild birds are seen at the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Wild birds fly over the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Wild birds are seen at the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      A flock of elks and an egret are seen at the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, June 27, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      An egret flies over trees at the Dafeng Milu National Nature Reserve in the city of Yancheng, East China’s Jiangsu province, June 26, 2019. [Photo/Xinhua]

                                                      Wild birds fly over the Yancheng Wetland and Rare Birds National Nature Reserve in East China’s Jiangsu province, Nov 15, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua]

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