KFBG Blog

KFBG Diary
Posted Date: Wednesday 17 July 2019
For Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG), animal rescue and conservation is data driven. It involves recording data of every received animal, sharing appropriate data with institutions worldwide, helping researchers monitor species, conservationists assess populations, and advocate for threatened, endangered, and vulnerable species.
Plants & Us
Posted Date: Monday 15 July 2019
There are very few populations of Fordiophyton brevicaule in the wild, probably because they require very specific environmental conditions in which to grow, with plants being found in dense forest at relatively low elevation and in close proximity to streams.
China Eco Tales
Posted Date: Friday 5 July 2019
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) led a five-month collaborative project to save the River Tern (Sterna aurantia), a species on the verge of extinction in China. Through conducting first population survey and implementing multiple measures to protect its last breeding ground in China, our concerted efforts successfully helped double the tiny population of this imperilled bird from seven to 13 individuals.
China Eco Tales
Posted Date: Wednesday 3 July 2019
Have you ever walked into a shop window because you are so focused with the display items that you couldn’t see the transparent wall?
Activity Report
Posted Date: Monday 17 June 2019
The City Nature Challenge (CNC) 2019 results are in! Nearly 160 cities across five continents partook in this four-day citizen science event - together creating a valuable snapshot in time of urban biodiversity.