Scientific Funding Project Videos

Green turtle & Hawksbill turtle Project in Indonesia

Increasing conservation effectiveness and sea turtle management on Bangkaru Island, Indonesia. (2022/23)

Zebra Shark Project in Indonesia

Stegostoma tigrinum Augmentation and Recovery (StAR) Project in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. (2022/23)

Bowhead Whale Project in Russia

Follow to save: understanding the endangered Okhotsk Sea bowhead whale seasonal distribution for defining potential “areas of conflict” with industry. (2020/21)

Bryde's Whale Project in China

Population Biology of Bryde's Whale in Weizhou Island, Guangxi. (2019/20)

Reef Manta Ray Project in Indonesia

Microplastics and Megafauna: Implications of microplastic ingestion on threatened manta ray populations. (2015/16 to 2018/19)

Komodo Dragon Project in Indonesia

Multidisciplinary Approach for Assessing Komodo Dragon Population Distribution and Trends on the Island of Flores, Indonesia. (2016/17)

Eurasian Otter Project in Hong Kong

Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan for Eurasian Otter (Lutra lutra) in Hong Kong. (2016/17)

Malayan Tiger Project in Malaysia

Supporting SMART Patrols in Project Harimau Selamanya to Improve Protection of the Malayan Tiger in the Kenyir-Taman Negara Core Area, Peninsular Malaysia. (2016/17)

Chinese Pangolin Conservation Documentary

Strengthening Community Cooperation for Pangolin Conservation in Kavrepalanchowk District, Nepal. (2016/17)

Community Education

【USSP 17-18 x HKAPA】Pangolin Documentary

Presented by Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong
Produced by The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Supported by Danau Girang Field Centre and Cardiff University

Advisor: Ding Yun Shan, Helen Ko
Producer: Anson Chen
Videography: Bobby Lin, Wyan Wu
Subtitles: Timmy Chen

Animal Species: Sunda pangolin
Location: Sabah, Malaysia
Trip date: April 14 to 27, 2018
Research Focus: Study of impacts of habitat fragmentation and threatens to multiple species

Episode #1 - Where are the Pangolins?

Episode #2 - The Change Brought By Conservation

Episode #3 - Who is the Culprit?

Episode #4 - Misconceptions About Pangolins

Community Engagement

Run For Survival 2019

The fifth annual RUN FOR SURVIVAL charity race presented by Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong (OPCFHK) kicked off 19 May 2019 at Hong Kong Science Park with a record-breaking 2,200 participants. In support of the race theme “Be a Conservation Hero and K.O. Marine Debris”, runners became ocean advocates for marine protection by eliminating dire threats and obstacles resembling marine debris along the race course. All donations raised will go towards funding OPCFHK’s Asian wildlife conservation projects.

No Straw Campaign 2019


No Straw Campaign 2018


No Straw Campaign 2017


Run For Survival 2015

Hong Kong’s first-ever “RUN FOR SURVIVAL” charity run organised by Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong (OPCFHK), a leading conservation advocate, kicked off at Cyberport today to raise public awareness on marine and biodiversity conservation.