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.