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BECOME AN OTTER PROTECTOR
Mai Po is home to Eurasian otter
But there are only a handful left
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WHAT WE DO
Oceans Our oceans are our planet's life support system. Wildlife Illegal wildlife trade and consumption are threatening the survival of the world's iconic species. For the survival of these species and for the sake of human health, we must stop the trade and consumption. Mai Po & Wetlands The wetlands scattered along the coasts of East and Southeast Asia represent stop-over and wintering habitats for tens of millions of waterbirds to rest, feed and replenish energy reserves while undertaking the arduous journey. Climate Change The struggle for a sustainable future will be won or lost in our cities. It's essential that we tackle these large-scale environmental challenges head-on. Watchdog Here is a surprising and delightful fact for you: Hong Kong’s waters possess a higher coral diversity than the Caribbean sea! We are fortunate to live with such a rich marine biodiversity – not only does it create natural beauty, it is also essential for keeping our climate in balance and supporting our economy.
SHOP FOR YOUR WORLD
act for our world
By generously giving your time and resources, you become a vital part of WWF-Hong Kong's conservation work,
enabling positive change for the community and your family's future.
Be a Changemaker!