Heilongjiang Huzhong National Nature Reserve is located in Huzhong District, Daxinganling, Heilongjiang Province, covering an area of 194,000 hectares. The main protection objects are cold-temperate coniferous forests and rare animals and plants. Huzhong Nature Reserve, Heilongjiang Huzhong National Nature Reserve is the northernmost and largest natural reserve of cold-temperate natural bright coniferous forest ecosystem in China. It is a national protected sample and species gene bank of the bright coniferous forest ecosystem in the cold temperate zone of China
Heilongjiang Huzhong National Nature Reserve is the largest cold-temperate native bright coniferous forest ecosystem nature reserve in the northernmost part of China, and it is also the national protected sample and species gene bank of China's cold-temperate bright coniferous forest ecosystem. At the same time, as the largest forest park in China, it combines five major scenic spots with rich tourism resources and fascinating scenery in four seasons. It is like a paradise, and it is a veritable "natural oxygen bar and forest bathing spot".
The central part of the Daxingan Mountains in the Huzhong Nature Reserve has a distinct continental climate, which is the southern edge of the permafrost in Eurasia. The vegetation is cold-temperate coniferous forest, which is the only cold-temperate coniferous forest in China that is relatively well preserved. The main tree species are Larix sylvestris and Pinus sylvestris. The biological resources in the area are relatively rich. There are 9 species of national key protected plants including crowberry, and 10 species of national key protected animals including mink bear, original musk deer, and otter. There are also some unique cold-water fishes. This area can be used as a base for studying vegetation communities in permafrost and various swamps in high latitudes.
It’s snowing only in autumn, this year’s fourth snow scene
The spring in Huzhong is a fiery red color. Before the ice and snow melted, the large tracts of red willows were dyed red. At first glance, they thought it was the scenery at the turn of autumn and winter, but it was sunny and spring in April.
After leaving the northeast and entering the Huzhong Nature Reserve in Inner Mongolia, the scenery in front of you is not the virgin forest of the Great Khingan Mountains at all, but the vast grassland forests and deserts, endless, and people's minds are suddenly open.
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