Hong Kong swallowtail butterflies, including a Chinese Peacock, and a Large Woodland Spider (relatively small femaie at start of summer).
Video I shot during April and in May 2010.
Giant centipedes (Scolopendra multidens / S. dehanni) are surely Hong Kong's ultimate creepy-crawlies: not only do they look spooky, and grow to 13cm long, they run fast and pack venom they inject through fangs. Though I've heard that one can kill a baby, I haven't heard such a horrible tale; instead, seems they hunt small creatures like cockroaches (maybe lizards etc), and bite people only in self defence or when happen to run across them.
A brown fish owl on Cheung Chau, Hong Kong
Video of couting black kites coming in to roost below Magazine Gap on Hong Kong Island, on 21 February 2010. Over 200 birds counted; well down from winter peak counts in excess of 1500 birds.
Two male changeable lizards, on Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Red colouration is a spring colour; here for displaying at rival - the colour faded pretty quickly on one of them.
A huge flock of Chinese bulbuls, moving northeast from Chek Chau at the mouth of Tolo Channel, east Hong Kong, on 2 April 2010.