By QIN Xiufang
Abstract: The pink muhly grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris (Lam.) Trin.) and the burning bush (Bassia scoparia (L.) A. J. Scott) areas of Beijing Olympic Forest Park, present a delightful and attractive wonderland during their blooming season. However, in the end of October 2023, the plants in these areas were in a messy and dilapidated state after being trampled. This article analyzes from the perspective of responsible tourism, and suggests that tourists should minimize the negative impact of travel and maximize the positive influence on visited places, to advocate for responsible visitor behaviors.
Key words: Pink muhly grass, burning bush, sightseeing, responsible tourism
QIN Xiufang. On responsible tourism from the plants being trampled in Olympic Forest Park. BioGreen - Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development. Vol. 1, November 2023. Total Issues 52. ISSN2749-9065
During the 2023 National Day period, there were patches of burning bushes in the flower field area of Olympic Forest Park.
During the 2023 National Day period, there were patches of pink muhly grass in the flower field area of Olympic Forest Park.