In Chi Lang Nam Commune, Thanh Mien District, Hai Duong Province, It’s home mainly to a mere nine varieties of storks, Chinese pond herons, jabirus, buff-backed and grey herons, and the grey, blue and black bitterns. To the growing list of places in Vietnam that claims to have discovered eco-tourism, add the name of Dao Co (Stork Island). It will have to take its chances for the claim along with all the others but certainly they won’t be lessened by its celebrated Island of Storks.
The Park covers Communes of Phu Duc, Phu Hiep, Phu Tho, Tan Cong Sinh in Tam Nong District, Dong Thap Province, about 800m from Tram Chim Small Town. The Park is in the lowest area of the Mekong River water logged plain submerged and in the centre of Dong Thap Muoi.
In Dam Doi District, actually 45km south-east of the Ca Mau City. It is a living and gathering place of indigenous storks. The birds make their nests in tall trees and spend their mornings searching for food; the perfect opportunity for tourists to take out the cameras. Visiting Ca Mau, we can arrange a one-day bird-watching program by boat.
Bac Lieu Bird Sanctuary is located in Hiep Thanh Commune, Bac Lieu Town, Bac Lieu Province. The sanctuary is one of the most attractive ecological tourist spots in the Mekong River Delta.
Dam Doi bird sanctuary, together with Cha La bird sanctuary, is included on the 2010 list as a single nature reserve with a total area of 500 ha, under the name San Chim Ca Mau. Bac Lieu bird sanctuary is listed as a separated nature reserve, under the name San Chim Bac Lieu (FPD 1998).
The sanctuary lies at Long Binh Commune, Nga Nam District, Soc Trang Province; 17km from Phu Loc Town. Over the past 20 years, this sanctuary has been home to thousands of storks. It has been recognized as one of the green tourist attractions.
Located in green trees of hills in Tan Phuc hamlet, Dao My commune, Lang Giang district, Bac Giang province. In sunset, the green seem be covered of white swings’ stork. The garden contains more than ten thousands of storks and is also home to thousands of bitterns for more than 20 years. The sanctuary belongs to a retired teacher who has looked after the stork sanctuary since 1980’s