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    According to the project "Investigation of ecological resources in the Syueshan Mountain, Dabajian Mountain region", the ecological resources of Wuling farm are classified under the following categories:
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture
    • Zoological Resources Picture

    .Zoological Resources


    The animals in Wuling include Yuhina Brunneiceps, Blue Back Tit, Trucan, Regulus Goodfellowi, White's Ground Thrush, Alcippe Morrisonia, Brown Dipper, Phoenicurus Fuliginosus, Bufo Bankorensis, Rana Sauteri, Rana Swinboana, Atrophaneura Horishana, Byasa Polyeuctes Termessus Fruhstorer, Firefly, Muntiacus Reevesil Micrurus, and Mandarin Duck.
    According to the results of the animal resource investigations from late August, 2005 to the end of November, 2005, 28 kinds of insects, 4 kinds of amphibians and 19 kinds of birds are found in this area.
    According to the record of the Taiwan Wild Bird Federation the last 3 years, out of 150 species, 147 kinds of birds, in which 12 species of birds are endemic species in Taiwan are recorded, taking up 85.7 percent of the recorded endemic species in Taiwan.

    The Central-North Valley Forest Belt (including butterflies and birds observation trial).


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    • Botanical Resources Picture
    • Botanical Resources Picture
    • Botanical Resources Picture
    • Botanical Resources Picture
    • Botanical Resources Picture
    • Botanical Resources Picture

    .Botanical Resources


    The high altitude of Wuling Farm is suitable for the growth of Taiwan Endemic Cherry Trees, Prunes Campanulate and Prunes Taiwaniana. In addition, Acer Morrisonense Hayata, Liguidambar Formosana, Green Maple, Eriobotrya deflexa, and other plants can be seen everywhere in this area.
    It also has quite a lot of plants commonly responsible for forest fires, namely Pinus Taiwanensis Hay, Quercus Variabilis Blume and Rhododendron Hybrida. According to the results of the plant resource investigations from late August, 2005 to the end of November, 2005, 8 families and 24 species of Ferns, 3 families and 5 species of Gymnosperms, 56 families and 161species of Dicots, and 7 families and 15 species of Monocots are found on the farm. In conclusion, plant resources are quite rich in this area.

    1.The Alpine Botanical Garden and Eco-botanical Garden Region.
    2.Ecological Farming, Education, Observation and Experience Region.

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    • Historical Relics Picture
    • Historical Relics Picture
    • Historical Relics Picture
    • Historical Relics Picture
    • Historical Relics Picture
    • Historical Relics Picture

    .Historical Relics


    The Chiang Kai-shek Guesthouse in Wuling farm is one of the reposing places of Late President Chiang Kai-shek and Chiang Song Mei-ling. It was constructed in summer, 1968. It was equipped with four rooms, a dining room, a kitchen, a living room and a study, all elegantly and simply decorated. The bodyguard's residence was located in the right of the Chiang Kai-shek Guesthouse with its original appearance retained. Late President Chiang Kai-shek and Chiang Song Mei-ling planted 2 plum blossoms, namely the Plum King and the Plum Queen, in front of the Guesthouse and the bodyguard residence.
    The four farmhouses situated in Wuling Farm were the works of late veteran cultivators who gathered local materials to construct the three-section compound stone room architecture. They lived together and cultivated hundred acres of fine land through team work. Till date, only 6 families are left in 2 of the farmhouses. To allow the tourists to experience the development process of Wuling Farm, a historical relics museum was reconstructed, exhibiting simple furniture used by the late veterans in the farmhouse, and farming tools in the warehouse situated outside the farmhouses.

    North Valley Agricultural Landscape Region (including cultural relics of the veterans farm).

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    • The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site Picture
    • The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site Picture
    • The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site Picture
    • The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site Picture
    • The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site Picture
    • The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site Picture

    .The Lost Qijiawan River Cultural Site


    The Qijiawan River is located in the south-west piedmont of Wuling Recreation Farm, and also on the south-west slope around 200m away from the Shei-Pa National Park Wuling tourist center. It is the highest Neolithic Age site found till date, and the highest historical site of the tribe which produced pottery during the prehistoric age. In 1997, Lin Yi-Chang, the researcher of the institute of history and philology in Central Research Institute, accepted Shei-Pa National Park's request to survey the prehistorically relics at the upstream of Da-Jia River and aboriginal activities in early days. He discovered that Qijiawan River historical site and started excavation work from 1998 to 2001. In order to preserve these cultural relics, Wuling Farm exhibited the relics on the second floor of the Wuling Hotel.

    The South Valley Forest Belt (including Qijiawan River historical site).


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