Mai Po Nature Reserve

Mai Po
Yuen Long, New Territories
Hong Kong

Mai Po Nature Reserve

Wildlife HabitatWetlandsEco-Tour/Nature WalkBird and Wildlife WatchingMigration Zone


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Every winter, around 90,000 migratory birds take refuge in the marshes and mudflats of the internationally acclaimed Mai Po Nature Reserve. Of the 380 species of birds that inhabit the reserve, 35 are of global conservation concern including the Saunders’s Gull and the Black-faced Spoonbill. Other critters such as otters, fiddler crabs and mudskippers also call the area home.
The best time for bird-watching is in the spring and autumn, when birds come to forage in the vicinity of Mai Po and the Inner Deep Bay wetlands, feeding on fish, shrimps and crabs among the mangroves.

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