HK police procedure can't cope properly with baby birds from fallen nest.
Deep Bay in northwest Hong Kong is a wetland of international importance, a magnet for migratory waterbirds.
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. Do you watch wildlife, such as birds, butterflies, dragonflies, mammals, fish…
Black Kites are among the territory’s most familiar birds.
The Tai Po Kau (大埔滘) Nature Reserve is a splendid example of reforestation.
Here’s a definitive list of the top ten Hong Kong birds. (Well, ok, this is subjective; but ten top species for sure.) Criteria include global status, appearance, relationship to HK. Black-faced Spoonbill A shoe-in for the list – and…
Kowloon Park (九龍公園) makes for a pleasant green escape from the city streets.
Though there are places where wildlife is on the rebound, none is any more than a shadow of Hong Kong's forests past.
Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve is a key part of the internationally important Deep Bay wetland