Migratory bird transit through the Yellow River around Tumd Right Banner
As spring approaches, more and more swans have been seen around the city, with the birds feeding on straw and grain around the shoals. The swans are expected to stay in the area for around one month.
A flock of ruddy shelducks was pictured along the Yellow River in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Feb 24.
Baotou tourism market goes stable and orderly in the Spring festival holiday of 2019.
Baotou Science and Technology Museum has proven popular to be a popular attraction this year, with 160,000 people coming to see its exhibitions in 2018, according to a Baotou Evening news report.
Staff at Meiligeng Scenic Area have been preparing the site for Spring Festival tourists, with this year being the first time that it has opened over China’s New Year holiday.
More than a dozen staff members pulled up a heavy net from the bottom of the lake during a winter fishing activity held at Huagetai in Baotou, north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Jan 26.
Tourists had fun taking part in ice and snow sports at an ice and snow festival opening at Nanhai Wetland Scenic Area in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Jan 12.
The winter tourism activities will last to the Chinese Spring Festival period.
The national AAA-level scenic area Baotou science and technology museum is on the list of the second science popularization demonstration base of Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
A series of special events were organized in Baotou city to help keep children entertained during the winter vacation.
A total of 100 photographs were chosen for a photography contest hosted by the Chinese Photographers and Inner Mongolia Photographers’ Association, opening in Baotou recently, reports Baotou Daily.
25 scenic areas have fully achieved national 4A and 3A scenic area standards.
Wudang Lamasery in Baotou, North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, was pictured in this photo, Nov 29.
Jiuquhuajie Art World and South Dragon King temple are rated as national 2A-level scenic areas.