Every winter, Van Long lagoon, Gia Van commune, Gia Vien district near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, brightens up again, as beautiful as a watercolor painting by the peaceful white color of thousands of white storks flying home. Van Long Lagoon has an area of nearly 3,500 hectares, which is the largest flooded nature reserve in the Northern Delta. This place currently has thousands of animals, plants and aquatic life, in which the outstanding primate is the langur langur (in danger of extinction in the world).
It is estimated that Van Long lagoon near Tam Coc Ninh Binh has 72 species of birds, 32 families, 12 orders of birds and currently has about 500 storks, fly storks and white storks that regularly feed in marshy fields and rice fields. In the dry season, Van Long is the nesting place of many northern water birds such as Bonelli eagle, gray heron, great stork, stork, stork, white stork, cauldron… And this winter, Van Long lagoon again filled with the white color of herds of white storks up to thousands of birds flying home to create a poetic scene, attracting a large number of tourists.
Thousands of species of birds, storks, cauldrons of all kinds come here, live crammed together on the primeval forests on limestone mountains, or make a living in submerged ecosystems near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Their cries stir up an entire region. space is quiet.
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