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2020 Free Buzzard in Mt. Bagua

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  • Gray-faced Buzzard Eagle in Mt. Bagua  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • Gray-faced Buzzard Eagle (subadult)  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • Eagle Watching  Year:2019  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • Opening Ceremony  Year:2019  Source:Nantou Forest District Office
  • Free Buzzard in Mt. Bagua  Year:2019  Source:Nantou Forest District Office
  • Umbrella Art Installation  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • A wonderful Indian music show  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • The singing Oh! Bear  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • Formosa 3D Movie  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • An opening ceremony  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • Free Buzzard in Mt. Bagua - Visiting Spring on Bike  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
  • Eagle Watching Platform  Year:2018  Source:Tri-Mountain National Scenic Area
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Grey-faced buzzards, also called “nanlu ying” or “qingming niao” by locals in central Taiwan, fly northward every March and April, passing over Mt. Bagua. To protect these birds for the long term, the Wild Bird Society Of Changhua County hosts a special event called “Free Buzzard in Mt. Bagua.” For a long time, GDP has been widely used as a measurement of economic and social progress. However, problems such as the widening gap between rich and poor and the destruction of natural habitats have revealed the limitations of GDP in determining a country’s well-being. Gross national happiness has become the new trend instead. The United Nations appointed May 22 as the International Day for Biological Diversity, emphasizing the importance of understanding and valuing the living organisms around us. Similarly, Free Buzzard in Mt. Bagua promotes a harmonious relationship between humanity and nature. We can work towards achieving happiness together by protecting forests to ensure better living environments and responsible farming so that people stay healthy, as we build a green economy that protects biological diversity. 

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Last update time: 2020-07-24
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