Ecosystem in Estuary Area

The estuary area ranks globally in its ecological value for both fish and wildlife providing habitat to hundreds of species resident and migratory birds. The number of photos show how the like of birds, small mammals, insects loving this marshes and wetland associated with estuaries for their abundant forage.

The estuary is good for bird’s habitat. This photo shows full of vivid living as a group of birds flying in sky.

Birds flying


Blue-crab shell is a good health indicator of eco-food chains cycle.

Blue-crab shell


Sandy-flicker crab coming out his underground home and looking for his food.

Sandy-flicker crab


Spotted-sandpiper catching his food – small crab.

Spotted-sandpiper


Ring-billed gull is enjoying his catch.

Ring-billed gull


Lesser-yellow legs sandpiper is looking for his food.

Lesser-yellow leg sandpiper


Baby gull is shouting to his parents.

Baby gull


Ring-billed gull in a free surfing.

Ring-billed gull surfing


Least-sandpiper in a quick swiftness.

Least-sandpiper


Laughing gull enjoying a freedom in sky.

Laughing gull


Rat is quite common species found and take sharing of the estuary.

Rat


Butterfly appearing shows the ecological environment in a good condition. North-western-crescent butterfly enjoys food through his tube.

North-western-crescent Butterfly


Delaware skipper butterfly was another found.

Delaware skipper butterfly


The sunset adds more beautiful over the estuary. We believe that the ecosystem on the estuary will be full of vivid provision to the wildlife. Human beings shall care for and concern about the value of estuary.

Sunset

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