Birding Hots Spot Fujimae Tideland
Nagoya City Wild Bird Watching Building: Where you can see migrating birds on the Fujimae Tidal Flat
Throughout the year, more than 100 species of wild birds land at the Fujimae Tidal Flat. It is the foremost landing spot for migratory birds in the country, and is a designated Ramsar Site. The Nagoya City Wild Bird Watching Building is a place where you can watch them.
You can see sandpipers and plovers in the migrating seasons in the spring and fall, and thousands of ducks and dunlins in winter. Recently, there has been an increase in sightings of ospreys (a relative of the hawk). If you're lucky, you'll get to see an osprey catch and eat a fish.
4-11-2 Noseki, Minato-ku, Nagoya (in Inenaga Park)
|Access||A 15-minute walk from Noseki Station on the Aonami Line (departing from Nagoya Station)
A 15-minute walk from the Noseki Eki City Bus stop
|TEL||+81-52-381-0160 (Inquiries in English not accepted)|
|FAX||+81-52-381-0160 (Inquiries in English not accepted)|
|Regular Holiday||Mondays (or the following day if a public or substitute holiday falls on a Monday) / third Wednesday of each month (or the next Wednesday if a public or substitute holiday falls on the third Wednesday) / year-end and new year holidays (December 29 - January 3)|
|Remarks||Please call ahead if you are visiting as a group (about 10 people or more).|