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Kinmen National Park Welcomes the Public to Cihu Triangle Fortress to Appreciate Summer Fairy - Blue-tailed Bee-eaterKinmen National Park Welcomes the Public to Cihu Triangle Fortress to Appreciate Summer Fairy - Blue-tailed Bee-eater
Date: 2013-06-27
Kinmen National Park will be conducting an exposition of the ecology of Blue-tailed Bee-eater daily at the Cihu Triangle Fortress during 08:30~10:30 in the morning and 15:00~17:00 in the afternoon between June 29 (Sat.) and July 10 (Wed.), 2013. Everyone is welcome to attend the event.

According to Director Mao-chun Chen, Blue-tailed Bee-eater is a summer visitor and it is now their breeding season, therefore one can observe interesting behavior of the parent birds feeding their young at the nesting sites. In order to provide the public with an understanding of Blue-tailed Bee-eater's ecology, Kinmen National Park has commissioned the Wild Bird Society of Kinmen to conduct free bird watching expositions, so that people can gain deeper appreciation about the ecology of Blue-tailed Bee-eater. Everyone is welcome to admire the unique beauty of the summer visitor Blue-tailed Bee-eater.

Since it is currently the Blue-tailed Bee-eater's breeding season, visitors can observe the skillful preying technique of Blue-tailed Bee-eater at their nesting site near Cihu Triangle Fortress through binoculars. In so doing, they will be able to understand the abundance and diversity of the birds' diet. The surrounding area is planted with a plethora of flower species to create the diversity of natural ecology. It is suggested that visitors should view the birds on the viewing deck at Cihu Triangle Fortress using binoculars and avoid entering the birds' breeding ground, so as not to interfere with the breeding process.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 27 June 2013 16:24
 
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