This winter, come to Century Park and meet the bird spirits!

Century Park is one of the top ten bird-watching places in Shanghai, with more than 100 species of birds observed throughout the year. Although it is a gloomy winter, you can see many birds when you look closely.

Black-headed wax-billed finches come to Shanghai for winter every year, and this winter is a year with a large number. Many parks have records of black-headed wax-billed finches. Black-tailed wax-billed finches can be seen near Bird Island in Century Park. They have a taupe overall color scheme and a waxy yellow beak. Although they are only small songbirds with a body length of about 18 cm, they are full of vitality. Despite their small size, they are full of endurance, and they will always be vigilant even when resting in the wild.

At the beginning of the month, birdwatchers once saw an ordinary crake near Jingtian Lake in the park. Since then, news has spread like wildfire, and almost every day, people wait patiently in that area to see its face.

One day, a bird-watching enthusiast saw the ordinary crake slowly coming out of the gap between the reeds, stopped for a while, and then got into the dense reeds and disappeared.

Listening to the chirping of birds’ branches and watching them fly, Century Park has attracted many birdwatchers to watch and photograph birds in the park. Bird watching in Buddhism is not only a relaxing enjoyment, but also an unexpected gain and the joy of looking back suddenly.

Century Park is a place where birds are singing and flowers are fragrant. Because of its good ecological environment, it attracts all kinds of birds to settle down or spend the winter in Century Park every year. As more and more birds are willing to choose to rest in Century Park, birds and human beings live in harmony and become a beautiful landscape.