The Wading Bird Pavillion covers an area of about 2,000 square meters. Wading birds refer to birds that adapt to living in swamps and watersides. Their legs are particularly slender, and their necks and toes are also long, so they are suitable for wading. Wading birds often stand on one foot when resting, and most of them get food from the bottom of the water, mud or the ground. The museum contains dozens of kinds of wading birds, such as oriental white storks, red-crowned cranes, grey cranes, balearica regulorums, demoiselle cranes and yellow-billed storks.