Yunnan Dehong Series | Episode 6: A woodland tale

The Hornbill Vale, with its remarkable biodiversity, draws wildlife shutterbugs from far and wide. For bird-watching enthusiasts, this is without doubt the best locale to gaze at hornbills and snap away. Ma Yun is a nature photographer from Baoshan City in southwest China's Yunnan Province. Today, he's wading deep into the woodland of the Tongbiguan Nature Reserve to visit his old friend, the wreathed hornbill. Check out the video for more.

About 'Journeys in Nature': Yunnan Dehong Series

Yunnan Province in southwest China is one of the few regions in the country to have tropical rainforests. The rich flora and fauna reserves have turned Yunnan into a hub for wildlife enthusiasts as well as academic researchers. Dehong Prefecture, sitting at the western end of Yunnan, is a land of lush mountains and fertile dales. Boasting both tropical and subtropical features, it is endowed with ample sunlight and heat. The mountains offer a haven for wildlife. In this series, CGTN Nature takes you to Dehong's wild world. 

For more:

Yunnan Dehong Series | Episode 1: Ode to nature

Yunnan Dehong Series | Episode 2: Totem bird

Yunnan Dehong Series | Episode 3: Rainforest whispers

Yunnan Dehong Series | Episode 4: Songs of feathers

Yunnan Dehong Series | Episode 5: Woodland struggles

(Cover image a video screenshot; video shot by CGTN Nature film crew)

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