September 18, 2021

Adding fresh links to CONSERVATION – 保護

for CHANGHUA – 台灣 / 彰化縣

 The wetlands at the mouth of the Jhuoshuei River (濁水溪) are the largest mudflats in Taiwan. The area contains more protected species of birds than anywhere else on the Island of Taiwan, and provides habitat for other species of environmental or economic value, such as the Taiwanese fiddler crab, the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin and Austinogebia edulis, a mud shrimp traditionally served as a local delicacy. The area was nominated as a “national wetland of importance” in 2006 and 2009, but did not receive the designation due to opposition from the county government. (

To visit the page for Changhua

at the Cloud Bridge Project website …

click here:

Published by Taipei Susu

Collecting useful links for language, culture, business, travel, environment & nature of Taiwan.

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