Rare birds crowd in Tram Chim National Park

 The Tram Chim National Park, a half-year dry, another-half flooded land, spanning over 7,312 hectares in Tam Nong district, Dong Thap province is habitated by hundreds of species of flora and fauna.

Tram Chim National Park is the fourth Ramsar site in Vietnam and the 2,000th in the world.

The park is one of the nation's eighth bird preserve areas, with  147 birds species along with over 100 vertebrate and 40 fish species.

Numerous rare bird species are seen in the national park, such as red-crown cranes, grey-headed lapwings, pelicans.

Cajeput trees in the forest

Typical carpets of grass in the submerged land in the forest

​An overview of the Tram Chim National Park

The forest has 2,968 hectares of timber trees

Asian openbill ​gather in the forest 

The forest is also an attractive tourism destinatio

​A staff ​ is taking care of grey-headed swamphen.

Tourists can have an overview of the forest from the observatory


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