Coastal Ecology

Coastal Ecology

Learning from the shore, feel the blending of natural elements
“Light if Tolo Channel and Plover Cave” Photography Competition

“Light if Tolo Channel and Plover Cave” Photography Competition

To promote the beauty and biodiversity of coastal and marine life and their habitats in Hong Kong, the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) organized the “Light if Tolo Channel and Plover Cave” Photography Competition to raise public awareness on the conservation of our coastal environment. OWLHK has been the event’s service provider for three consecutive years since 2018. We are responsible for coordinating and promoting the competition, collating the photos, assisting the judging panel to select the winning entries, organizing the prize presentation as well as the exhibition.

Riding through Peaks and troughs in Kei Ling Ha

Riding through Peaks and troughs in Kei Ling Ha

Guided by OWLHK crew and local ecology experts, the participant explored the intertidal ecology at Kei Ling Ha Lo Wai. By the interactive learning experience, they acknowledge the uniqueness of the intertidal habitat.

Ting Kok+ Ambassador

Ting Kok+ Ambassador

OWLHK was responsible for organizing the programme of Ting Kok+ Ambassador by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department(AFCD). There were 30 tertiary students, came from 13 tertiary institutions, participated in this programme. The students trained to recognize the coastal habitat and species diversity, as well as the skill of leading guided tour. After the training, they are empowered to patrol at Ting Kok and Starfish Bay to conduct survey and education services.

Ting Kok Appreciation Day

Promoting coastal ecology at Ting Kok, Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department(AFCD) organized the Ting Kok Appreciation Day, while OWLHK was the service provider. We were responsible for organizing guided tours led by intertidal ecology experts, carrying out game kiosks, workshops and the exhibition showcase. Therefore, public could participate in the event and learn more about coastal ecology and biodiversity and appreaciate the beauty of Ting Kok.