The Heilongjiang Fenglin National Nature Reserve is located in Yichun City, Heilongjiang Province, and was established in 1958. A special administrative organization was established in 1963. It was approved by the State Council as a national nature reserve in 1988. It joined the Chinese and biosphere network in 1993. It was incorporated into the World Biosphere Reserve Network by UNESCO in 1997, and it is a demonstration area of the United Nations Development Programme project on capacity building, research and extension of sustainable management of forests. In 2006, it was designated as a national demonstration protection zone. The main protected objects are the northern temperate coniferous broadleaf mixed forest ecosystem and rare wild animals and plants, which are the nature reserve of forest ecosystem type.
The Fenglin National Nature Reserve in Heilongjiang is the most typical and complete primitive Pinus koraiensis forest in China, and is a valuable gene bank of species. The main protected object of the forest is the coniferous and broadleaf mixed forest ecosystem and the rare wildlife plant resources in the northern temperate zone mainly of Pinus koraiensis. Such typical cold-temperate forests are now rare in the world.
Heilongjiang Fenglin National Nature Reserve is located in Yichun City, Heilongjiang Province and was founded in 1958. A special management agency was established in 1963. It was approved as a national nature reserve by the State Council in 1988. Joined the Chinese People and Biosphere Network in 1993. In 1997, it was incorporated into the World Biosphere Reserve Network by UNESCO. It is a demonstration area for the sustainable forest management capacity building, research and promotion project of the United Nations Development Program. It is also the earliest protected area in Heilongjiang Province that joined the World Biosphere Network. In 2006, it was listed as a national demonstration reserve. The main protection objects are the northern temperate coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forest ecosystems dominated by Korean pine and rare wild animals and plants, which belong to the forest ecosystem type nature reserve.
The forest reserve is also home to many wildlife. The deer are frequent visitors here. They travel light and cautiously. They don't want to be disturbed. The birds in the forest are free to fly. They like to sing, and they are crisp and pleasant. Brown bears, oysters and wild boar are also residents of the reserve. We are here to play, but be careful.
Apart from the scenery. The air is very good. Love it!