The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Through outdoor experiential learning at our WWF learning centres, children learn about the link between humans and nature, nurturing a positive attitude towards our natural environment.
Explore our incredible natural environment
Learn about nature at Mai Po Nature Reserve, Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park and Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre, Tai Po natural coastline & Island House Conservation Studies Centre
Enjoy nature in a FUN way
Children develop an appreciation for nature through experiential learning and citizen science activities in natural habitats
Enhance collaborative skills
Group missions encourage active communication and collaboration among children
Learn from experienced educators
Facilitate children’s experience that can be applied to their daily life
Join our Junior Ornithologist programme for your kids to see first-hand the thousands of passage migrants that pass through the reserve every year. Suitable for children age 9-12, the programme allows kids to discover the world of ornithology while developing patience and observation skills through bird watching, games and a various other activities, including keeping a “wild journal”.
Junior Urban Ecologist
Join our Junior Urban Ecologist programme and discover Hong Kong’s rich and extraordinary urban biodiversity in city parks and natural coastlines. Through games and observation at Tai Po Waterfront Park and our Island House Conservation Studies Centre, children and parents will learn about the relationship between organisms and environment, while nurturing their interest in local species.
Experience the work of an oceanographer at Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park! Through exploration of our marine environment, children will learn how to observe organisms from the sandy beaches as well as microscopic plankton; and to investigate seawater quality and its impact on marine life. The programme content aligns with General Studies curriculum and STEM education.