Bang Lang Stork Garden

Thoi Thuan, Can Tho, Vietnam
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It is called stork garden, but actually the majority of birds belong to the heron-family and not to the stork-family, even though they might look like each other. The garden started in 1983, because many birds choose the garden of Mr. Bay Co as their home.
Bay Co created good conditions for the birds to live in his garden. Gradually the garden expanded to the current area of 12,500m2 and the number of birds is now between 100,000 and 150,000 spread over more than 10 species, such as cattle egret, striated heron, black-crowned night heron, and painted stork. Besides herons and storks you can see also other species such as: ibis, little cormorant, greater coucal. You can observe the storks on a wooden platform at a height of 8 metres.
The white cattle egret form the largest group of birds with 80 % of the total population in the garden. These birds build their nests in the garden from March to August. Their main food consist of fish, shellfish, tiny shrimps, locusts, insects, etc. They often leave early in the morning to find food and come back in the late afternoon, so the best time to see the birds in action is between 5-6 a.m. and 4-6 p.m

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