尊龙d88用现金ChineseHuang(Bo)seahabitatformigratorybirds(thefirstpha)allowedinscribedontheWldHeritage

2020-02-28 02:50:17作者:admin来源:未知

  Chinese Huang (Bo) sea habitat for migratory birds (the first phase) allowed inscribed on the World Heritage List CCTV News: July 5 local time, at the 43rd World Heritage Committee held in Baku, Azerbaijan, China Yellow Sea migratory bird habitat projects were approved for the "World Heritage List".Chinese Yellow Sea migratory bird habitat project is located in Yancheng City in Jiangsu Province, mainly by the intertidal mudflats and other coastal wetlands composed, East Asia - a key hub on the Australasia Flyway, is the worlds millions of migratory birds stopover, moulting and wintering areas.The World Conservation Union said: China Yellow Sea habitat for migratory birds has the worlds largest inter-tidal mudflat, is the most endangered species most threatened of the East Asian - Australasian central node migratory routes.The first phase of the project is located in Yancheng Yellow Sea wetlands there are more than 680 kinds of vertebrates, invertebrates and 500 kinds, including 415 kinds of birds.Here are the habitat of 23 species of birds of international importance.Is the worlds rarest migratory birds Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Nordmanns Greenshank survival depend on, the red-crowned crane is also Chinas largest wintering ground.The World Heritage Committee has highly appreciated the project of "outstanding universal value" and protective measures taken by the Chinese government agreed to include the item in the "World Heritage List".43rd session of the World Heritage Committee was held on June 30 to July 10 Azerbaijan, Chinas "Chinese Yellow Sea habitat for migratory birds" and "Liangzhu ancient city ruins" to participate in this World Heritage Committee for consideration.July 5 to consider a new date for the first project of this declaration Heritage Heritage Convention, No. 6 will be on Chinas "Liangzhu ancient city ruins" project evaluation.

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