Pudong New Area in East China's Shanghai conducted a science activity on protecting habitats and biodiversity on May 21 to welcome the 23rd International Day for Biological Diversity, which fell on May 22 this year.
During the event, a group of seven knowledgeable experts hailing from diverse professional backgrounds shared their valuable insights and experiences in the field of wildlife protection. The discussion revolved around the various efforts being undertaken to preserve the rich biodiversity of the Pudong New Area. The entire session was broadcasted live to the general public, providing them with an opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about the crucial subject of wildlife conservation.
A lecture is held to introduce biodiversity conservation in Pudong New Area on May 21 to welcome the 23rd International Day for Biological Diversity, which falls on May 22 annually. [Photo/ WeChat account: pdnews]
Bird-watching activities were also synchronized in Jinhai Wetland Park, Binjiang Forest Park, Mianqing Park, Nanhui Dongtan Wetland, and Jiuduansha National Nature Reserve.
The south part of Jinhai Wetland Park, a habitat for wild animals, is an excellent place to observe animals and learn about biodiversity.
Zhou, a local resident, brought her child to learn about the wetland's organisms to arouse the child's interest in natural environment protection. "This is knowledge that cannot be learned in school, and it's great," she said.
The Pudong New Area ecological environment bureau, plans to promote biodiversity conservation and educate the public on ecological knowledge while they enjoy the parks' scenery. This effort will continue in the future.