Subvented by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department
When was the last time you saw a bird? It might be quite hard to tell as we usually hear them - instead of seeing them. In fact, there are far more resident and migratory birds in Hong Kong than we can imagine, and each of them has its own feather color, gesture and voice. We can meet these feathered friends from all over the world in different times of the year - such as the Roseate Tern and Cuckoo in summer, and the Black-faced Spoonbill in winter. Come join the "Nam Sang Wai Bird Watching Eco-tour" organised by the Friends of the Foundation and experience the fun of bird watching together!
Participants are able to gain a better understanding of various winter migratory birds and water birds. Visitors can also enjoy the fascinating views of vast fields, wetlands, mangroves and fishponds offered by Nam Sang Wai. Prepare to be amazed by this exhilarating tour into the “bird paradise”! (Photo - a great egret in breeding season)
Interpretation in Cantonese; participants aged 4 or above are welcome; first-come-first served.
We have limited binoculars for the participants to share for bird watching. You are encouraged to bring your own equipment.
Special Offer for Friends of the Foundation
Donate HK$200 (Regular Membership) or HK$80 (Junior Membership) to join FOF and participate our regular conservation activities! Please click here for details of the membership.
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