Clean-up Mudflat to Restore Natural habitat of Horseshoes Crabs

You may have heard of Shui Hau Wan on Lantau Island, which is a popular location for clam digging and kite boarding. Shui Hau is actually an important wildlife habitat housing a wide range of precious species, including the 'living fossil' horseshoe crab. However, trash from visitors as well as marine debris are major threats to the juvenile horseshoe crabs living in the mudflat. To learn more about the features of the ‘living fossil’ horseshoe crab, their importance to humans and how their habitat is being affected by human activities, please join the mudflat cleanup organized by Friends of the Foundation. Together we can restore the habitat of horseshoe crabs and inspire future generations to build a harmonious relationship with the Nature.


For enquiries, please contact Miss Carrie Chan at +852 3923 2217. 

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