KFBG Blog

KFBG Diary
Posted Date: Tuesday 4 September 2018
A milestone in our endeavour to restore the montane forest in KFBG’s upper area was achieved – Hong Kong rare species Cyclobalanopsis hui flowering for the first time
China Eco Tales
Posted Date: Monday 3 September 2018
The tiny Kinmen Island of Taiwan is a must-go for people concerned about China’s otters. Kinmen Island sits directly opposite Fujian’s Xiamen of China, and supports the most stable and highest population density of Eurasia Otter along the East Asian coastline. This July, I was invited by Taipei Zoo to attend the 2018 International Conference on Eurasian Otter Conservation and Re-introduction.
China Eco Tales
Posted Date: Thursday 2 August 2018
Hainan Gibbon is endemic to Hainan Island of China, and lives in extensive, intact lowland rainforest. Because of habitat loss, it is now only found in a patch of primary rainforest in Bawangling National Nature Reserve. They are strictly arboreal and have never been seen on the ground.
KFBG Diary
Posted Date: Wednesday 25 July 2018
Floating islands are installed worldwide to provide refuge above and below the waterline for wildlife to hide, rest and reproduce in island deficient water bodies. They also help lower the water temperature, and improve water quality through the action of water plants.
KFBG Diary
Posted Date: Monday 9 July 2018
The 10,000th rescued snake was a Taiwan Kukri Snake. It was captured by a snake catcher in Central and delivered by the HKSAR Police to KFBG Wild Animal Rescue Centre on 29th June.