Wuji Village in Danzhou City is home to aigrettes in Hainan
These aigrettes have dwelled in Wuji Village for more than 20 years. Around every Tomb-Sweeping Day (a traditional Chinese festival on April 5th for visiting ancestral graves), aigrettes arrive in large flocks and then leave around the time the Hoar Frost Descends (18th solar term), residing here more than eight months.
As dusk descends, it is a very spectacular scene when thousands of aigrettes fly back to the village. Recently, a six-layer bird-watching tower is built in Wuji Village.
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