Taehwa River Migratory Bird Park

The park developed ecofriendly in 2013 by Ulsan Metropolitan City to preserve bird habitats.

Taehwa River Migratory Bird

Why do egrets and rooks visit Samho Bamboo Forest in Taehwa River?

Freshwater Fishes in Taehaw River

Meet the freshwater fish living in Taehwa River.

Welcome to Taehwariver Ecotourism

Why do egrets and rooks visit
Samho Bamboo Forest in Taehwa River?

The Taehwagang Samho Bamboo Forest is very safe from natural enemies as well as people's access, so it has good conditions for breeding and sleeping. It is also because food is abundant in nearby areas, including the Taehwa River. This shows that the natural environment of Ulsan, including the Taehwa River, has improved, and is of high value as an ecotourism destination that promotes the eco-city of Ulsan.

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World's largest urban wintering place for rooks

Rooks are representative winter migratory birds that visit Ulsan. They fly from the Siberia region from mid-October every year to winter until March of the following year. The group dances that cover the sky every evening just before sunset and just before sunrise at dawn are spectacular.

Korea largest breeding ground for egrets

Black-crowned night herons, Chinese pond herons, cattle egrets, little egrets, intermediate egrets, large egrets, and herons nest on bamboo and feed on fish, amphibians, and insects in the Taehwa River and nearby farmlands during the day and return to the bamboo forest after sunset to sleep.

Main Activities of Taehwa River Ecotourism Association

Taehwa River Migratory Bird(Waterfowl) School

Taehwa River Migratory Bird(Waterfowl) School

Program for Big-schaled redfin

Program for Big-schaled redfin

FAM Trip
 

FAM Trip

National Ecotourism Destination (Economic Benefits) Monitoring

National Ecotourism Destination (Economic Benefits) Monitoring

Ecotourism Seminar
 

Ecotourism Seminar

Promotion of National Ecotourism Destination

Promotion of National Ecotourism Destination

Mandarin duck
Taehwa River Ecotourism Association
Group Dance of Rooks
Taehwa River Ecotourism Association
Migratory Birds in Taehwa River
Taehwa River Ecotourism Association
Returning of Big-schaled redfin
Taehwa River Ecotourism Association
Egrets’ movement
Taehwa River Ecotourism Association

Contact

8, Bongwol-ro 140beon-gil, Nam-gu, Ulsan, Republic of Korea (Postal Code 44669)

+82 (0)52-266-5168

hgs1223kr@hanmail.net

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