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Manko Waterbird and Wetland Center

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An excellent place to view the waterbirds of Okinawa!

The Manko Waterbird and Wetland Center is a must-see place for birdwatchers who visit Naha. It is... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2018
Thomas C
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Nagoya, Japan
The place that can observe a mangrove and a wild bird close.

The place is the useful facilities which are available free although it is incomprehensible. You... read more

Reviewed 8 January 2015
Atsushi T
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Naha, Japan
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9 Sep 2018
“An excellent place to view the waterbirds of Okinawa!”
7 Jan 2015
“The place that can observe a mangrove and a wild bird close.”
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Manko Waterbird and Wetland Center is a visitor center located on the shore of Manko, a Ramsar site. During winter months, various migratory birds including endangered Black-faced Spoonbill visits Manko and feeds on the mudflats. While in summer...more
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982 Tomigusuku, Tomigusuku 901-0241, Okinawa Prefecture
+81 98-840-5121
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Reviewed 9 September 2018

The Manko Waterbird and Wetland Center is a must-see place for birdwatchers who visit Naha. It is, in part, a wildlife preserve; a protected "estuary" like environment, with broad mudflats and "swampy" mangroves, where people can view a wide variety of wild birds. It is...More

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Reviewed 8 January 2015

The place is the useful facilities which are available free although it is incomprehensible. You can taste a slight exploration feeling if you walk the tree way installed in the damp ground. At a warm season, a creature living in the damp ground such as...More

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