Shanghai Disney Resort is celebrating Earth Month through the discovery of new bird species at its eco-friendly Wishing Star Park.
Wishing Star Park is a recreational area at Shanghai Disney Resort, comprising of a 100-acre lake, a 900-seat amphitheatre and family-friendly activities.
The lake provides a quality living environment for wildlife and is home to a diverse variety of birds and butterflies. Since the park opened in 2015, the bird species has more than doubled and the lake is now a hub for birdlife to thrive, attracting the likes of Tree Sparrow, Light-vented Bulbul, Chinese Spotbilled Duck, the Common Coot, and much more.
Many rare birds are also seen at the lake, including the Japanese Buzzard, Western Osprey and the Peregrine Falcon.
Shanghai Disney Resort was closed due to the coronavirus outbreak but has been partially reopening since March. The Shanghai Disneyland Hotel is open with limited operations, as it Disneytown, also with limited operations and offerings.
The Wishing Star Park is open with a limited number of recreational experiences, including the discovery of new bird species during Earth Month.