Hongze Lake (Hóngzé Hú 洪泽湖)

Bent NIELSEN

Hongze Lake is China’s fourth-largest freshwater lake. Located in the Huai River valley, Jiangsu Province, it is an important stopover site and winter habitat for many species of migratory birds. Hongze is also renowned for its aquaculture products.

Hongze (vast marsh) Lake, China’s fourth-largest freshwater lake, is located in the Huai River valley in the western part of Jiangsu Province in eastern China. The lake covers an area of 2,069 square….

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