Tokyo Wild Bird Park faces the port of Tokyo is made up of restored environments that replicate environments of estuaries and rivers. Various birds including the sandpiper, plovers, hawks and seagulls visit the park along with 226 other species of wild birds have been observed since the opening of the park in June 2013.
Besides wild birds the park also is ideal for observing wildlife of seaside environments such as crabs and various other mudflat wildlife, as well as insects that inhabit marsh and forest land. There are several blinds scattered around the park for observing birds and other wildlife where the only rule is silence. The Port of Tokyo Wild Bird Park was created using natural land reclaimed from landfill. Originally, this location was shallow ocean water but after landfill work in the 60s rainwater buildup led to the formation of ponds and open field waters which naturally attracts wild bird.