Central Guizhou Series | Episode 7: Grass sea in Weining
In November, the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau is to usher in the winter. Caohai Lake, the largest freshwater lake in southwest China's Guizhou Province, is ready to greet its winter guests. The usually tranquil lake surface is enlivened as migratory birds settle in from afar. Of the birds to come, the black-necked crane is undoubtedly the most conspicuous and cherished species.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Central Guizhou Series
Guizhou is the only province in China that does not have a plain. As a mountainous province, the forest coverage rate was over 62 percent by 2022. Its karst landforms, dense vegetation and abundant rivers have provided ideal habitats for countless wildlife species. The undulating waves of birds form their special community, the varied landforms offer the François' langurs many options for a place to call home, and the black-necked cranes traverse towering mountain ridges to their winter home in Guizhou. Enjoy our new series!