Eulsukdo Eco-workshop

Written by Kim Minjung
Theresa Girls’ High School of Busan

I went to Eulsukdo with my teacher and friends.
We discussed about “If we were shorebirds, what would we do?”, “What can we do for migratory birds?” and “natural connection.” Dr. Nial Moores showed us pictures of Spoon-billed Sandpiper. It was very funny that the Spoon-billed Sandpiper’s bill looks like a duck’s foot.

After having lunch, we went outside to look for birds. We could watch a few birds such as Black-winged Stilt, Little Grebe, Black-headed gull, Common Kingfisher, and Grey Heron. I was excited because it was the first time that I could watch real birds closely. But I’m so sad after conversation with Dr. Nial Moores. He said birds of many species are endangered because of human pollution. So I decide to save the environment. And I want to go Eulsukdo again.


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