Fauna in Liaodong Bay Series | Ep. 9: Settling down
For the black-faced spoonbill, breeding is the most crucial matter of the year. On this small crowded isle with scarce resources, building one's own home is definitely not easy. The struggles for space and resources are a daily occurrence around here.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Fauna in Liaodong Bay Series
With a coastline stretching over 1,200 kilometers, Liaodong Bay, the northernmost bay in China, is covered in thick ice from winter to early spring but remains full of life. This series explores the animal species inhabiting the bay and their unique ways of surviving.