You don’t need much equipment to start birdwatching. A pair of binoculars and a field guide will get you started on finding the wealth of species in Hong Kong.
A quick look at animals with venom, killer teeth and blades.
Black Kites are among the territory’s most familiar birds.
I wonder if anyone can help? I am investigating reports relating to the history of Hong Kong wildlife in old English language newspapers and books between 1841 and 1941 with Jon Downes of the Centre for Fortean Zoology based in Devon, U.K. We have been looking through issues of the South China Morning Post,for example from about 1910 onwards and The Hong Kong Kong Naturalist since the early 1990s onwards and hope to publish our research in the form of a book on Hong Kong`s fauna by the end of 2012.
Taking up a wildlife protection cause is no "bed of roses", especially if you find youself against powerful forces that oppose your objectives.
The Tai Po Kau (大埔滘) Nature Reserve is a splendid example of reforestation.
If you like scenery, wildlife, and plants, Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (嘉道理農場暨植物園) should be high on your list of places to visit.