He is one of the few wetlands in Japan and is popular as a prefectural natural park. In June 1993 in Kushiro City, the "Rasamr Convention (especially the Internationally Important Wetland Treaty as a Waterfowl Habitat) Allied Conference" was designated as a wetland.
As the seasons change, the snow gradually dissolves in spring and turns into a scene of greenery. From summer to autumn, all kinds of flowers bloom in the mountains and the wetlands known as flowers. In winter, it becomes a white snow scene, sometimes See red-crowned cranes and giant eagles.
Kushiro Wetland Park is the largest wetland in Hokkaido. Here you can see the dying red-crowned cranes and the people who have been raised artificially. They say that they are good for protection, but is it really good to stop the nature of the animals? Or to increase the tourist visit Economical?
However, you will occasionally see free red-crowned cranes here. I wonder if it is dangling out of the cage, or it is not easy to beg for food in the wild?
The Kushiro Marsh is currently the largest wetland in Japan. The wetlands in midwinter are extremely beautiful. In addition to the blue sky and white snow, there are also trickling water with blue ice. If you are lucky, you can also see red-crowned cranes and foxes flying from the north for the winter. Since the public transportation is not very convenient, we chose to take the train to enjoy it. This way, there are many people relaxing. Another way to play is to take a canoe from Kushiro to Biaocha, and then take the wet yuan to go back.
It’s good, it’s very comfortable to walk around, and I took a lot of movies
Because I only stayed in Kushiro for one day, I chose to take a canoe to visit the wetlands in the morning. It's a bit of a pity to catch up with the cloudy day, but the wetland is still beautiful. The wetland is a very quiet place. You can see eagles, red-crowned cranes, and fawns...There are not as many animals in the summer as there are in winter (if you are lucky, you can see foxes and otters...). The tour guide recommends winter. The wetland is more beautiful and you can see To more animals. The transportation is very convenient. Take the bus at the Kushiro Bus Terminal (near JR Kushiro Station). The 35th bus at 7:55 will arrive in about 25 minutes. The tour guide will wait at the station and drive for another ten minutes to reach the starting point, end point and starting point of the wetland. It's not a place. The tour guide will drive to the bus stop and return to Kushiro around 12 o'clock (Round trip fare is 990 yen). [Very important] The canoe project requires an online reservation, and the details of transportation can be communicated by email. Commonly used words [マーシュ&リバー] mash&river, a total of four hours, recommended in the morning, relatively warm. [Special Reminder] If you are cold, wear one more than normal, and you have to wear a jacket at the end of July in summer.
Preston_Dominguez: Japan, Hokkaido