Let's Step Up For Our Oceans

Thanks to your dedication, the Foundation’s Kowloon Region Flag Day was accomplished successfully.  We hope you would feel more connected to wildlife while being a part of the event.


Each species on this planet has its own unique role in nature. To better live in their habitat of forests, rivers, mangroves, rocky shores, coral reefs, etc, species evolve and develop their different traits, and together flourish in the circle of life.

Bio-diversity stands for the variety of species, habitat and genes. Mother Nature is a precarious network knitted by the interdependent relationship among all living things. The high variety of species will allow a stronger resilience of the ecosystem, and thus balancing the ecosystem even when there are changes in the environment.

Sadly, human exploitation consumes resources faster than its natural regeneration ability. Nature is losing its balance while around 12,000 species of flora and fauna are now endangered, driven towards the edge of existence through overexploitation, habitat destruction, pollution and climate change.

Step Up for Our Oceans

Since its expansion in 2005, OPCFHK is committed to advocating, facilitating and participating in effective conservation of Asian wildlife, with an emphasis on Chinese white dolphins and giant pandas as well as their habitats. We are going to organise a Kowloon Region Flag Day on July 2, 2016 morning. We aimed to raise funds to support our efforts in the local marine mammal stranding response programme, scientific projects of local species and local community education programmes.

Volunteer Registration

Join us now as volunteers and you will be entitled to having an Ocean Park daytime ticket buy-1-get-1-free coupon(Valid till from Aug 1 to Dec 31, 2016, applicable to Halloween and Christmas), OPCFHK Friends of the Foundation free membership for 1-year and a “Participation Certificate” (electronic copy). 

Education Booklet in Limited Edition

Apart from the beautiful flag collection of 60 photos of wild animal species which are endangered or threatend across Asia, we have specially designed a limited Marine Conservation Education Booklet theming around marine conservation. We have picked 6 species to feature in the sticker collection with an education booklet to raise public awareness on biodiversity and marine conservation. It is now available for public order here.

Act now and conserve the balance of nature, let’s step up for our oceans! Should you have any further enquiries, please feel free to contact us at 3923 2534.  

The 60 animal species flag collection available on Jul 2

The limited sticker edition with 6 marine species for public order