CHINA Endangered spoonbill birds thrive in Dalian, Liaoning

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Endangered spoonbill birds thrive in Dalian, Liaoning

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12:26, August 13, 2019

A flock of black-faced spoonbills fly between their nests at tiny uninhabited islands and the nearby feeding field where the rivers meets the sea in Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province. (Photos by Zhan Chengren/Provided to chinadaily.com.cn)

A black-faced spoonbills and a seagull explore a tiny uninhabited island in Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province.

A flock of black-faced spoonbills fly between their nests at tiny uninhabited islands and the nearby feeding field where the rivers meets the sea in Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province.

Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province, has become a breeding place for the endangered black-faced spoonbills in China.

Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province, is a key breeding zone for black-faced spoonbills in China.

67 black-faced spoonbills were born this summer in Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province.

Black-faced spoonbills rest at a tiny uninhabited island in Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province.

Black-faced spoonbills gather on a tiny uninhabited island in Zhuanghe, Dalian of Liaoning province.

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