On September 26, egrets fly in the Beihai Golden Bay Mangrove Ecological Reserve in Beihai City, Guangxi.

Mangroves are known as "sea guardians" and play an important role in breaking waves and protecting shores, purifying seawater and maintaining coastal biodiversity. They are an important habitat for rare and endangered waterfowl.

In the past five years, through the restoration and protection of mangrove forests in the North Sea, the biodiversity of the reserve has been significantly improved. The number of marine benthic species has increased from 66 to 206, and the number of birds has increased from 136 to 195. The world has been monitored for many times. Spoon-billed Sandpiper, a critically endangered bird, as well as more than ten species of second-class protected birds, such as Ringed Bird, Black-winged Kite, and Brown-winged Cuckoo.

The picture shows egrets flying in the mangrove ecological reserve.

Photo by Wang Yizhao

[Editor: Cao Miaoxin]