Nakdong Estuary Eco Center, Elsukdo island

Nakdong Estuary Eco Center was established in an effort to preserve and manage Eulsukdo Migratory Bird Park (ecology restoration area) in a sustainable manner. Also, it was built to serve as an area where exhibition, education, and experience on ecology can take place.

Citizens are welcome to participate in such events and opportunities, so that man and the nature will coexist in Nakdong River Estuary. For more information, refer to http://wetland.busan.go.kr/ins_new/eulsukdo_en/index.htm

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Uploaded: 13/10/2009
Updated: 30/09/2014


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