Connect2Nature School | WWF Hong Kong


 
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Connect2Nature School is our innovative weekend outdoor learning programme for children. By enroling with other children or with a parent in one of our citizen science programmes, Connect2Nature School provides one-day learning programmes at our outdoor learning centres. 

Features:
  • Connect2Nature
  • Citizen science skills
  • Practical outdoor learning
  • Group activities involve students in collaboration and active discussion
  • Experience unique biodiversity at WWF centres
 
Enrol your school-age children in Connect2Nature today and qualify for a WWF Junior Membership, which gives free updates and access passes to WWF activities. Students will receive a one-year WWF Junior Membership*, to help them stay connected with nature conservation.

*Existing junior members who enrol will enjoy member discounts

Junior Ornithologist



Ever wonder why Mai Po Nature Reserve is called a bird paradise?

Join our Junior Ornithologist programme to find out. Students will see first-hand the thousands of migratory bird that pass through the reserve each year. Children aged 7-9 will discover the world of ornithology while developing patience and observation skills through bird-watching, games and various other activities, including keeping a “wild journal”. Limited capacity.
 

Junior Urban Ecologist



Become a junior Urban Ecologist to discover Hong Kong’s rich and extraordinary urban biodiversity in city parks and natural coastlines. Through games and observation in Tai Po Waterfront Park and Island House Conservation Studies Centre, children will learn about the relationship between organisms and environment, while nurturing their interest in various local species. They will also make their own urban “Pokédex” for recording urban wildlife encountered.
 

Junior Oceanographer



Children and parents explore the marine environment and experience the work of an oceanographer at Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park. They will learn to observe organisms from sandy beachs and microscopic plankton; investigate seawater quality and its relationship with marine life. The programme content aligns with General Studies curriculum and STEM education.