A trip to Wudao, to be honest, there is nothing to see.
Wudao is an independent island. From late February to mid-April, nearly 40,000 black-tailed gulls fly to Wudao. They build nests on the island and lay their eggs until August, when the black-tailed gulls have full wings, and then leave here to travel south. The black-tailed gull is also called the "sea cat" because it sounds like a cat. Its body color is pure white, its back and wings are gray-black, and its tail is black. The average life expectancy is 13-14 years, and there are records showing that the longest life expectancy is 33 years. I like the seal here very much. There is also a lucky certificate. Do you know what it is used for and how to get it? If bird droppings fall on you, it means that you are lucky. You can get a sign like this, and it will state how many lucky people you are, and the year, month and day... It's very commemorative. As one of the habitats of Japanese black-tailed gulls, Wudao Island was designated as a national natural monument and was designated as Sanriku Renaissance National Park in May 2013. The Wudao Shrine on Wudao Island, because it is dedicated to blessing the prosperity of commerce, and the pronunciation of the word Wu (KABU) is the same as that of stocks, attracting many businessmen to visit it.