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A huge flock of Asian openbill storks enjoy winter at XTBG
In winter, a huge flock of Asians openbill storks (Anastomus oscitans) has become peculiar scenery of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) since 2012. The beautiful wetlands within the garden are ideal habitats for the birds. The storks add attraction of the garden to visitors. The Asian openbill is a large...
A new species of Ericaceae reported from northern Myanmar
Agapetes (Ericaceae; blueberry tribe) is distributed from the eastern Himalaya through southwestern China and Indochina to Southeast Asia and comprises about 80 species. During recent China-Myanmar joint field expeditions to survey plant diversity in northern Myanmar, researcher from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical ...
A new species of Primulaceae reported from south Yunnan
The genus Primula L. is the largest genus in Primulaceae. Southwestern China is one of the diversity centers of Primula, with more than 300 species. During theirrecent field expedition to survey plant diversity in south Yunnan, researchers from Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) collected specimens of Primula...
The 6th Xishuangbanna Birding Festival
Birders distracted by an overflying raptor during the festival. As birding becomes more popular in China, birding festivals are springing up all over this vast country. There are now annual festivals in Dalian (Liaoning), Beidagang (Hebei), Beihai (Guangxi) and Shangri-La (Yunnan) to name just a few… and they are pr...
Four new bird species found at 6th XTBG birding festival
Bird at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden. [Photo provided to China Daily] The discovery of four new bird species was the unexpected highlight of the 6th Birding Festival of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) held in Southwest China's Yunnan province from Sunday to Tuesday. The discovery brings the ...
4 new bird species found at 6th XTBG Birding Festival
. The 6th Birding Festival of Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) held during November 10-12 attracted numerous enthusiastic birdwatchers, bird or environment protection organizations. Many of them aimed to find the 267 species of birds at XTBG and its neighboring green stone forest. Unexpectedly, 4 new bi...
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