Bangladesh, Asia亚洲孟加拉国
Lesser Sand Plover (蒙古沙鸻)<back
Description 描述: Lesser Sand Plover (蒙古沙鸻) Canon EOS 7D Mark II, Canon EF 600mm Lens, Focal Length 600mm, 1/640 second, f/4, ISO 6400, October 2017 (2017年十月).
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The Sundarbans is the largest single tract of mangrove forest in the world, covering circa 10,000 square kilometers in the Granges-Brahmaputra delta of Bangladesh and India and considered one of the 'Natural Wonders of the World'. Roughly 60% of the Sundarbans lies within South West Bangladesh and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Unlike many mangrove forests,the Sundarbans harbours many diverse species of birds because it is both a forest as well as a wetland. The Sundarbans is one of the least explored areas of the world because the mangrove swamp habitat is naturally inaccessible to people and the wild tigers have a terrible reputation as man-eaters. The area though holds a great attraction for birdwatchers because it not only supports many species of birds but is also a place where many globally threatened birds and mangrove specialists are relatively easy to find.



孙德尔本斯国家公园拥有全球最大的唯一的红树林,覆盖大约1000平方公里,位于孟加拉共和国和印度的雅鲁藏布江三角洲。大约60%的孙德尔本斯国家公园位于孟加拉的西南部,并且是联合国教科文组织授予的世界物质文化遗产。和许多红树林不同的是,孙德尔本斯国家公园的红树林庇护着很多不同种类的鸟类,因为这里既是树林,又是湿地。而且孙德尔本斯国家公园是世界上仅存的为数不多的还未被人类开发的区域,因为红树林湿地形成了一个天然的保护区域,不适宜人类居住,并且凶猛的野生孟加拉虎也对人类的开发起到了震慑作用。但是当地吸引了很多观鸟爱好者,因为当地不仅拥有品种多样的鸟类,而且还有许多全球濒临灭绝的鸟类和红树林研究专家。



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