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Swans take a rest at Wild Duck Lake
(China Daily) Updated:2005-04-11 16:08

  More than 500 white swans dropped by to rest at Wild Duck Lake in Yanqing, a county north of Beijing, about 10 times as many as last year.

  The lake is Beijing's largest wetland and an ideal habitat for migrant birds. Because of a fishing ban on the nearby Guanting Reservoir since March, the number of migrant birds flying to the lake for rest and a bit of food has increased dramatically, the Beijing News reports.

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