City of Wetlands Series | Episode 2: Zhangdu Lake community

Zhangdu Lake in Wuhan City, central China's Hubei Province, is named because the water level rises and falls like clockwork. Birds, fish, plants and humans live in harmony there. Check out the video to learn about the story of the night herons, the egrets and other bird species living around the lake.

About 'Journeys in Nature': City of Wetlands Series

Known as the "City of Wetlands," Wuhan is home to 165 rivers and 166 lakes, and about 162,000 hectares of wetlands. The megacity plays a significant role as not only a transport hub for humans, but also a transfer station for migratory birds that usually make a stopover during the long migration. Wuhan is also the host city for 14th Meeting of the Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (COP14) which is held from November 5 to 13, 2022. In this series, we take you on a tour of the wetlands in Wuhan City, and explore the relationship between man and nature. 

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