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Air Quality: Level I丨
Noise: Class I丨
Surface Water Quality: Class II
There are more than 10 types of common ardeidae birds in the wetland. Their common features are pointed mouths, long claws and lean body. They fly elegantly and forage warily. Among them, the egret is the most common species, which can be seen all the year round. There are nearly 100,000 egrets in the wetland, which is also selected by Sihong County as THE county bird. The egret is renowned as “Elf in Great Lakes”. The heron is the largest species among ardeidae birds. An adult heron can weigh up to tens of pounds. It often stands with one foot, and retracts the other foot under its belly. The egret is able to stand for several hours without moving, hence the name “long-necked guy”. When flying, it retracts its neck into a “Z” shape. The egret often uses dry branches and hay to build a nest in the tree, and uses dry reed stalks and leaves to build a nest in the reeds.