Bang Lang Stork Garden, the best stork sanctuary in the Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta always attracts tourists with peaceful beauty and rustic natural scenes that you can hardly find in anywhere in the world. If you are planning for a traveling in the Mekong Delta, let’s book a tour, such as: Mekong tours, Mekong secret, Mekong Delta cruises, etc and don’t forget to visit Bang Lang Stork Garden which is the best stork sanctuary in the Mekong Delta!

Bang Lang Stork Garden lies within the area of Binh Thoi hamlet, Thoi Thuan commune, Thot Not district, Can Tho city. Upon passing the north of Vam Cong, from Lo Te intersection, visitors go along the No. 80 Highway for about 80 kilometers before reaching a small canal named Bang Lang. Then you will continue to go through a bridge which is also named Bang Lang. There is around 1 kilometer away from the main road to Bang Lang Stork Garden.

Bang Lang Stork Garden is surrounded by immense rice paddies as well as the interlacing canals of Can Tho. Visitor can join a cruise on Hau River, or cycling past the orchards, craft villages and green fields to access the garden. It is a vast area, flood with water under the shady trees. Inside, a watching tower of 3 meters allows visitors to look around the gardens and learn peaceful scenes of the Mekong Delta’s countryside, fiddled by the chord of storks. Visit Mekong Vietnam with Indochina travel Vietnam

Peaceful scenes of the Mekong Delta’s countryside in Bang Lang Stork Garden

Peaceful scenes of the Mekong Delta’s countryside in Bang Lang Stork Garden

There are various species of storks living at Bang Lang Stork Garden including Cattle Egret, ibis, striated heron, painted stork, etc. Besides, there are other species which are not belong to species of storks making their home at Bang Lang Garden such as black-crowned night heron, little cormorant, greater coucal heron, etc.

There are various species of storks living at Bang Lang Stork Garden

There are various species of storks living at Bang Lang Stork Garden

The most crowded type of storks is the white cattle egret which takes up 80% the total storks in the garden. This specie of storks often builds their nests at the garden from March to August of lunar year.

The best time to admire the garden is 5 p.m. when flocks of storks fly back to their nests. They hover on the sky then perch on tree peaks, twitter together and pose in the wind. Tourists must not forget to take photos of those moments. There is a three-meter watching tower for tourists to see birds.

Storks usually perch on tree peaks

Storks usually perch on tree peaks

Flocks of storks is find foods

Flocks of storks is find foods

The main foods of them are fishes, shellfishes, tiny shrimps, locusts, insects, etc. They often fly away to find food in the early morning and come back in the late afternoon. Storks often go in couples to find foods; sometimes, they go in flock.

A pair of fish stork is happy together after coming back their nest

A pair of fish stork is happy together after coming back their nest

Presently, along with the development of Can Tho City, Bang Lang stork garden has more conditions to become an attractive ecological tourist attraction by the side of Hau River.

The Indochina Voyages team.

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