4 red-crowned cranes return to national park in southern Vietnam

March 10, 2024

Four red-crowned cranes recently returned to Tram Chim National Park in Dong Thap Province, southern Vietnam for feeding after an extended absence, an official confirmed on Friday. Tram Chim National Park in Dong Thap Province has been a feeding ground for red-crowned cranes for over 30 years, but sightings have become increasingly rare in recent years. Nguyen Hoai Bao, deputy director of the Wetland Research Center at the Vietnam National University-Ho Chi Minh City, attributed the red-crowned cranes’ return to the hopeful changes in the park's agricultural ecosystem. Four red-crowned cranes fly above Tram Chim National Park in Dong Thap Province, southern Vietnam, March 7, 2024. Photo: Tram Chim National ParkThe park is currently implementing technical measures to restore the local ecosystem, aiming to create favorable conditions for red-crowned cranes to find food.

The source of this news is from Tuoi Tre News

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