Migrant birds return to NE China's Momoge National Nature Reserve

By CNC

Added On April 12, 2017

  • White cranes fly over the Momoge National Nature Reserve in Zhenlai County, northeast China's Jilin Province, April 12, 2017. Momoge Nature Reserve is one of major crane protection bases in China. About 200,000 migrant birds have returned to the reserve after wintering in the south. (Xinhua/Lin Hong)

  • White cranes fly over the Momoge National Nature Reserve in Zhenlai County, northeast China's Jilin Province, April 12, 2017. Momoge Nature Reserve is one of major crane protection bases in China. About 200,000 migrant birds have returned to the reserve after wintering in the south. (Xinhua/Lin Hong)

  • Migrant birds fly over the Momoge National Nature Reserve in Zhenlai County, northeast China's Jilin Province, April 12, 2017. Momoge Nature Reserve is one of major crane protection bases in China. About 200,000 migrant birds have returned to the reserve after wintering in the south. (Xinhua/Lin Hong)

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