A black stork, a nationally protected wild animal in China, searches for food in the wilds surrounding Beijing. Photo: Getty Images A black stork, a nationally protected wild animal in China, searches for food in the wilds surrounding Beijing. Photo: Getty Images
A black stork, a nationally protected wild animal in China, searches for food in the wilds surrounding Beijing. Photo: Getty Images
Animals

Birding is cool in China and the birds in Beijing are more varied than you’d believe

  • Birding, or birdwatching, in China has become seen as a modern and fun hobby that is enjoyed equally between men and women, and by whole families
  • A local birding group in Beijing calculates that the city has the second-highest number of bird species of any capital city in the G20

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A black stork, a nationally protected wild animal in China, searches for food in the wilds surrounding Beijing. Photo: Getty Images A black stork, a nationally protected wild animal in China, searches for food in the wilds surrounding Beijing. Photo: Getty Images
A black stork, a nationally protected wild animal in China, searches for food in the wilds surrounding Beijing. Photo: Getty Images
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