Total Visitors in the Day：-丨
Real-Time Vistors in the Day：-丨
Negative Oxygen Ions：-丨
Air Quality: Level I丨
Noise: Class I丨
Surface Water Quality: Class II
Although China has been plunged into the research of marshes and wetlands since the founding of new China and accumulated a lot of achievements, it was not until it joined the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance especially as Waterfowl Habitat (“Convention on Wetlands”) that it began to manage and study wetlands as a class of ecosystems with common attributes. In 1992, the Chinese government joined the Convention on Wetlands, which was an important milestone and advanced the process of wetland conservation in China. In 1994, the Chinese government incorporated the project of “the conservation and rational utilization of wetlands in China” into the priority programs of China’s Agenda 21 and elevated wetland conservation in China to the position of top priority. In 2000, China National Wetland Conservation Action Plan was brought into force and became a guideline for China to implement wetland conservation, management and sustainable utilization. In June 2004, the General Office of the State Council issued the Notice on Strengthening Wetland Conservation and Management, which was the first time the Chinese government explicitly regulated on the conservation and management of wetlands. To put the notice issued by the General Office into effect, the National Forestry and Grassland Administration convened the “National Wetland Conservation and Management Conference”. In September 2004, upon the approval of the State Council, the National Forestry and Grassland Administration released the National Wetlands Conservation Program (2002-2030). In December 2004, Wetland International granted “Global Award for Outstanding Achievement in Wetland Conservation and Wise Use” to China’s National Forestry and Grassland Administration. The achievements made by China in wetland conservation have been widely acknowledged by the international community. At present, the content of wetland conservation has been included in the 11th Five-year Plan for national economic development in China. In the next five years, the Chinese government will invest 9.5 billion yuan in more than 100 wetland conservation projects. Over the last years, the Chinese government has attached great importance to wetland conservation and kept intensifying efforts in wetland conservation. Remarkable results have been achieved in term of wetland research and investigation, legislation and planning, nature reserve construction, wetland restoration and reconstruction, international cooperation, publicity and education, etc.