Smell the flowers; it's springtime!
In sunny March, with the gentle breeze touching our faces, tender sprouts break through the soil and vibrant flowers can be seen everywhere.
Rare duck species find their way into Beijing E-Town
Recently, Yang Zheng and Chen Qi, staff members of the Beijing Biodiversity Conservation Research Center, captured the image of a national first-class protected wild animal, Baer's Pochard in the Liangshui River (Beijing E-Town section).
Wintersweet flowers blossom in Beijing E-Town
As the saying goes, "Before all the flowers bloom, wintersweet is the first to usher in spring."
Let's protect our wetlands
Feb 2 marks the 27th World Wetlands Day.
New Year decorations in Beijing-E-Town appear one after another
Red lanterns are hung high, and the streets are decorated with splendid lighting.
Nanhaizi Park's wetland expands threefold in one decade
According to Li Haichao, manager of the Safety and Ecology Department of the Nanhaizi Park, the total area of the Nanhaizi Park is more than 7.9 million square meters.
WIFI, wireless charging, and big windmill in parks
As early as the National Day holiday, Beijing E-Town launched two cycling routes featuring science and technology culture and green ecology.
Ancient tree stands as urban memory
Three-hundred meters northwest of the intersection of Kechuang Street and Jinghai 3rd Road in Beijing E-Town, a 500-year-old Chinese scholar tree can be found standing in the middle of the road.