In November, the wetland becomes a vast dining place for migratory birds and the ancient marine fish who spend most of their lifetime out of water.
About Journeys in Nature: Yancheng series
Located in east China's Jiangsu Province, Yancheng Yellow Sea Wetland is the largest coastal wetland in the world. Abundant food sources and a moderate climate attract various bird species to the area. It is also home to rare animal species like the milu deer, or Pere David's deer, which was once considered extinct in the country.