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Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds

Last updated by meimeili at 2016/4/28


The Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds is a popular destination not just for people who are bird enthusiast but also for those who are looking for the perfect place where they can relax and unwind. 
Yes, this place is known as the habitat for various species of birds. However, because of the jaw-dropping natural beauty that surrounds the place, it is also where one could find tranquility which the urbane locations could not offer. 

Things to Do

Bird Watching and Photography

It does not matter if one has a keen interest in bird photography or not. The mere presence of these wonderful creatures is a sure way to amaze anyone. For decades, the Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds has always been one of the primary stop-overs for birds which are migrating. That is why, there are different bird species which can be seen in action in this place. 
All thanks to the continental monsoon climate in this destination, birds are able to find a place where they can reside for a while as the seasons change. One of the most amazing spectacles in Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds is the abundant population of various types of crane. In the entire world, there are only about 1000 cranes remaining. In Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds, people will be able to see species such as the red-crowned crane, red-faced crane, white crane and those are just to mention a few. 
Aside from the cranes, there are also numerous other types of birds which have found their habitat in this place. Among the more common ones include the red herons, herons, pipa, egret, white swans, black swans, red duck, green duck, mandarin ducks, geese and gulls. 
The Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds also contributes in breeding and increasing the population of eagles. Since these birds are already endangered, the place has become a sanctuary for them to mate and hatch eggs. It is because the Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds has well preserved areas which keep the birds undisturbed even if thousands of people flock to this place for some sight-seeing. 

Indus River

The Indus River is another attraction that is close to Luobei Reed Field Habitat for Wild Aquatic Birds. This is significant not just in maintaining the beauty of the surroundings but also in the history of southern China. It is because of the water system in this river which made it possible for other areas to be suitable as human and animal habitat. Hence, even the ancient migration and civilization can be credited to this river. Today, it is one of the most breath-taking sights in the province especially during the months when there is strong flow of water. 

Rouge River

The Rogue River is frequented by curious visitors not just because of its splendor but also because of the much talked about amount of gold deposits in it. For decades, this river has been known to have high amount of gold deposits. True enough, people have been sifting and filtering the sand from the river’s bed to be able to obtain some gold. These days, the gold deposits are no longer as abundant as it was before due to the constant processes which have been done. However, there are still traces of gold deposit in the river bed. 

Solo Adventure Tips:


 Located in the Indus River and the Rouge River; It is situated among the low-lying land of the Sanjiang Plain wetlands.

How to Get There?

From the Jiamusi Heping bus station, take the buses which depart every 30 minutes and goes straight to Hegang. It will take about one hour. 

Ticket Price:

20 CNY 

Opening Hours:

Visitors are welcome during business hours though specific time may adjust according to season. 

More Tips:

Capturing or disturbing the birds is strictly prohibited. 

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