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Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

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Taylor Castner (USA)
Susan Zack (USA)
Sun Yan (China)
Xu Chong (China)

Date
Feb 3, 2013

The Kohoku Wild Bird Center is located in a perfect spot close to Lake Biwa, allowing for a great view of many beautiful birds native to the area.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    From JR Kawake Station, we took a bus to the Kohoku Wild Bird Center

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We arrived at the Bird Center, ready to do some bird watching.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We looked through binoculars to see the birds more closely.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We learned about all the different birds that we could see in the area.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We went outside for a closer look!

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We could see Chikubushima Island. It is a beautiful view.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    Using binoculars, we were able to get a close look at all of the beautiful birds.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We learned all about the various birds that live in Shiga Prefecture, such as ducks, lake swans and the bird of Shiga Prefecture, the Kaitsuburi (Little Grebe)

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    The natural habitat is that of Lake Biwa and reeds, making it a perfect spot to see the birds.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    Inside, we were able to see all of the different varieties of native wildlife closely.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    We got a stamp from the center to commemorate our birdwatching experience.

  • Nature and Beauty of Kohoku Wild Bird Center

    On the way back to the station, we saw a flock of swans eating in a rice field.

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