1- Day for Bird Watching in Vietnam: Shoebirds and Migratory Birds in Go Cong Coast, Mekong Estuary Area.
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Vietnambirds.net introduce to our dearly guests a short day Bird-watching tour program in Vietnam for spectating seabirds and migratory birds.
What can we do in 1 day for bird watching in Vietnam?
We establish a short schedule for birding in Vietnam with over 20 species of seabirds have been recorded in the Mekong River estuary, many of which are rare: Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Nordmann’s Greenshank, Asian Dowitcher, Far Eastern Curlew, Great Knot, Terek Sandpiper…
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The Mekong alluvial area is a refuge of shorebirds and migratory birds from the north, every year from December to April, thousands of seabirds will migrate here to feed, to their breeding season again. back to Siberia and the far north pole to breed.
In recent years, the construction of dams upstream of the Mekong has significantly affected alluvial estuaries. This affects the number of migratory birds returning every year as food becomes increasingly scarce. In addition, the expansion of aquaculture areas such as clam, oysters, and snail beaches significantly reduces the feeding area of seabirds. In addition, waste is also a big problem, as waste is highly concentrated on the coastline, which has caused major consequences for shorebirds.
If you are a bird watcher with endless passion, spend time with seabirds, because they are so … difficult to distinguish, this creates an interesting. Experience walking in a long sandy beach with mud and eyes to find the little birds, feeling like having to carry binoculars scop to follow the bird or return to shore quickly because the tide “chases” your feet Such true feelings.
What types of bird can we see in Vietnam?
Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Nordmann’s Greenshank, Asian Dowitcher, Far Eastern Curlew, Great Knot, Temminck’s Stint, Terek Sandpiper, Dunlin, Whimbrel, Red Knot, Red-necked Stint, Little stint, Long-toed Stint, Ruff, Sanderling, Ruddy turnstone, Green Sandpiper, Common Greenshank, Red Sandpiper, Marsh sandpiper, Asian Golden Plover, Greater sand plover, Lesser Sand plover, Kentish plover, Malaysian plover…
Enjoying a delicious lunch with seafood noodles is also an unforgettable experience, especially when you are very hungry after walking for so long on the beach.