CULTURE Black-necked crane a highland attraction in Tibet

CULTURE

Black-necked crane a highland attraction in Tibet

China Daily

19:23, March 16, 2021

Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on March 14, 2021. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for birds during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the annual number reaching about 1,700. (Photos: Xinhua)

Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on March 14, 2021. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for birds during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the annual number reaching about 1,700.

Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on March 14, 2021. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for birds during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the annual number reaching about 1,700.

Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on March 14, 2021. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for birds during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the annual number reaching about 1,700.

Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on March 14, 2021. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for birds during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the annual number reaching about 1,700.

Black-necked cranes are seen in the nature reserve in Linzhou county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on March 14, 2021. Linzhou county, situated 65 km from Lhasa, is known to be a haven for birds during the winter. Flocks of black-necked cranes migrate there every year, with the annual number reaching about 1,700.

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