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On February 15, members of the Black Leopard Wildlife Conservation Station observed the first group of swans returning to the north at the Guanting Reservoir. A total of 36 swans from five families were found this time.

First group of swans returning north rest in families.

Swans fly gracefully.

Swans fly over the Guanting Reservoir.

The number of wild geese and ducks in the Guanting Reservoir increased significantly, rising from 450 in 2022 to more than 600 in 2023. Based on the current weather conditions, the peak of bird migration is expected to come in the middle of March this spring.

Members of the Black Leopard Wildlife Conservation Station patrol at the Guanting Reservoir to protect migratory birds.

(Source: The Beijing News)