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Yehliu Geopark(Viewing Platform)
Taiwan

野柳海濱特殊的地形與氣候,造就了多樣化的植物景觀。由於野柳面對凜冽的東北季風首當其衝,植物發育受到非常大的限制,普遍呈現低矮稀疏的現象。而崖上的植物樹頂因隨著強風,而朝向單面傾斜,形成了風剪樹的林向。此地終年氣候多濕,氣溫也較低,再加上東北季風終年吹襲,因此本地較缺乏熱帶林相。

每年從春天三月開始,一些在臺灣及南洋一帶越冬的候鳥,會成群飛回北方的老家去繁殖下一代。臺灣北部海岸是這些候鳥由南往北遷徒旅途中,出海繼續北飛的重要路徑之一,而野柳岬由於地理位置的關係,加上野柳岬上面茂密的樹林可做為陸棲性候鳥的最佳棲息地,所以經常成為候鳥離開臺灣陸地的最後休息站。

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Uploaded: 11/11/2009
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