The notice board of Dawu Mountain Nature Reserve.

(Photo by reporter Huang Mingtang)

[Reporter Huang Mingtang/Taitung Report] The 10-day holiday of the Lunar New Year is coming soon. The Dawu Workstation of the Taitung Forest Management Office and the Taitung Branch of the Ninth Brigade of the No. 7 Corps will send personnel to strengthen the conservation inspection of the Dawu Mountain Nature Reserve during the holiday. Please People or research institutes who intend to visit must apply in advance through the "Natural Reserve Entry Application System", and then go after obtaining permission to jointly maintain the wild animals and plants and the natural environment of the Dawu Mountain Nature Reserve.

The Taitung Forest District Management Office stated that the Dawu Mountain Nature Reserve has a vast area and is the largest nature reserve in Taiwan. The protected objects are wild animals and their habitats, virgin forests and alpine lakes. The undamaged natural landscape in the area, Often attracts people.

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The Forest Management Office reminds people or units who intend to go to the nature reserve for environmental education or academic research to apply to the "Natural Reserve Entry Application System" and go to the reserve according to the approved date and place of entry; other indigenous peoples For the needs of traditional culture and ceremonies, you can also apply, or you can contact the Dawu Workstation to assist in the application.

The Forest Management Office stated that according to the relevant regulations of the "Applying for the Permit to Enter the Nature Reserve", camping, picnics, burning fires, setting up tents, swimming, riding bicycles or driving motor vehicles are prohibited in the reserved area, and the public is asked to put garbage, fruit peels , seeds and other waste to avoid affecting the original ecology in the reserved area.

At present, a notice board has been set up in a conspicuous place to remind the public not to enter without permission. Otherwise, according to the relevant provisions of the Cultural Assets Preservation Act, a fine of NT$30,000 to NT$150,000 may be imposed.