Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 11: Among the willows
The "willow bay" in Taiyanghe National Forest Park in Pu'er City is an unfrequented place rich in vegetation. It is home to the slope willow, whose towering canopy has nothing in common with "drooping like fringes of a robe" as described in an ancient poem. The horizontal, gnarled branches and thick, chapped bark remind people that this is a willow.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Wuliang Mountains Series
The primitive forest in the Wuliang Mountains of southwest China's Yunnan Province offers a sanctuary to wildlife. From gibbons to muntjacs, and tortoises to beetles, this series showcases the unique flora and fauna that call the mountain home.