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Field Trip to Mai Po

Saturday, 1 May 2021
12.30 pm to 6.30 pm
The RGS is pleased to offer a guided tour to the Mai Po Marshes, a large wetland nature reserve managed by WWF, located in the North-west New Territories. Mai Po is an internationally significant wetland, which is listed by the Ramsar Convention, and supports globally-important numbers of wetland birds, which chiefly arrive in winter and during the spring and autumn migrations.

Every year, thousands of migratory birds visit and stay at Mai Po and the Deep Bay area, before flying North for breeding.  This guided tour has been organised to show Members this fascinating scene.  An experienced guide conducts the tour to appreciate the mangrove as well as other wildlife on Deep Bay.  The group then has a chance to look closely at hundreds of thousands of migratory birds.  The trip includes a visit to the tower hide, walk along the fishponds, the mudflats exploring the largest mangrove forest in Hong Kong.

Leave Central by coach at 12:30pm and return to Central by 6:30pm 

Cost: $550 for Members & $650 for members' guests.  
Please note that attendees need to be at least 12 years old. 

To reserve places, please email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and state how many places you would like. You'll then receive booking instructions, a booking form and a health declaration form.  Detailed joining instructions will follow shortly before the event. 

Due to social distancing, this will be a small size trip with reduced capacity, which has been reflected in the cost.  This event is going to be held within our understanding of the social distancing rules of the Government then prevailing.  Social distancing regulations will be observed at all times. 

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