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KFBG site highlights: animals and plants

Here today we have a guest blog from Kadoorie Farm and Botanical Gardens.

"The KFBG site near Lam Tsuen, Tai Po, is one of Hong Kong's little-known jewels. Nine kilometers of road wind their way up around organic farming terraces, theme gardens and native forest to the summit of the mountain, Kwun Yum Shan, at over 1800 feet above sea level. A wide variety of educational displays sustainability features and wildlife rescue facilities complement the extensively landscaped gardens with their cobbled paths, pavilions, bridges, waterfalls and picnic spots".

These are some of the lovely blooms that you can see at the farm at the moment

In the Piers Jacobs Wildlife Sanctuary you will find some of the native large local mammals, like the Barking deer.

And in the raptor roost, you can find kites, owls and serpent eagles, like this one.


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