Every year in the Panjing Liao River Estuary in northeastern China, the endangered Saunder's gulls start a new life cycle--when a persistent suitor becomes a life-long mate, when young chicks are hatched, and when the youngsters learn to fly for the first time in their lives. Life for Saunder's gulls depends on the wetlands and what awaits them in the future? Check the video to learn more about Saunder's gulls.
(Cover image via VCG.)
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