Little egrets' new paradise in South China's Guangxi
By Dong Feng
People's Daily app
In recent years, Yizhou district, Hechi city, in South China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has stepped up efforts to protect the ecological environment. Local mountains and forests, reservoirs, as well as wetlands and fields in the countryside have become a new paradise for birds including little egrets. (Photos: People's Daily Online)
In the Liupo Reservoir and Luoxi Reservoir in Yizhou district, flocks of little egrets fly around.
Little egrets take flight.
Little egrets have long been celebrated in Chinese poetry and art.
Little egrets like to build nests in groups and always enjoy playing in the water.
Little egrets are sociable birds and are often seen in small flocks.