"Do not disturb, it's my tenderness"
Qingdao Daily / Qingdao Guan / Qingpao News. Recently, the reporter learned from Xu Bin, director of the Command Center of the Metropolitan Branch of Qingdao Public Security Bureau, that the red pupa nestled on the fifth floor of the unit has hatched five babies. Through the window, the baby's thin white feathers have turned pale gray. According to Xu Bin, a pair of red pheasants nested in the branch office building early this spring, laying eggs in mid-April, and five little red pheasants broke their shells on May 4. Appraised by the relevant staff of Qingdao Forestry Bureau Wildlife Protection Station, it was confirmed as red pheasant.
The red magpie, the genus Polygonum, is one of the small raptors widely distributed in China. Hongxi hi nests in lush, relatively quiet high places such as cliffs, rock crevices, tree holes and even city roofs, and sometimes doves occupy the nest like cuckoos.
"The red pheasant is a raptor that feeds on small birds, rodents, and insects. Its existence indicates that the area is a complete and healthy ecosystem. Our branch office is located on the Anshun Road depot of the Jiaozhou Bay subway. Relevant units have increased the greening and beautification of the park, and trees, shrubs, and turf constitute a small ecological system. The choice of red mulberries to have children here has fully demonstrated the excellent environment of the park. "Xu Bin said," Moreover, The public's awareness of bird love has also greatly increased, and bird love and bird care have become conscious. "
It is reported that Hung Hom is a national second-level protected animal in China. It is illegal to injure or raise it without authorization. (Reporter Li Xunxiang Li Ning)
Editor-in-chief: Li Ning