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《Habitat for Wild Birds》-Dasyueshan National Forest Recreation Area

Video introduction
Yuan-Zui Moutain

Find your treasure in Taiwan! Follow those parents and children who have taken up bird watching by walking gently and speaking softly; you’ll detect the birds’ presence by their pleasant sounds.
 
Forest Bathing Trail   sunset and sea of clouds viewing

Dasyueshan with its primitive landscapes nurtures rich natural resources, including more than 200 species of birds found only at low and mid-high altitudes in Taiwan. It is a world-class bird-watching paradise where the Mikado Pheasant, Swinhoe's pheasant, Taiwan Hill-partridge, and others can be easily spotted. Activate your sensory organs to discover those animals watching you from the woods. Make time for a journey of discovery, identifying birds by their sound.

Dasyueshan, at an elevation between 2,000m and 3,000m, is home to giant Taiwan Cypress and Taiwan Red Cypress trees.   Bird watching