Rocky shore biodiversity baseline survey

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As one part of our ECF project on rocky shore biodiversitythe intensive species search (BioBlitz) has been started since May 2021 and the results of the BioBlitz can be found here. You are welcome to join our BioBlitz too by filling this form.

 

Sincere thanks to all of our volunteers who explore Hong Kong coastline with us, recording species occurrence under intense heat, when going through rugged terrain and splashing wave. Because of such collective effort, we are able to record species that share home with us on bits and pieces of our shoreline and, ultimately, to build a database that will be invaluable to the natural history of Hong Kong. 

BioBlitz results

1. Ap Lei Chau — 14 May 2021

2. Pak Shui Wun — 24 May 2021

3. Peng Chau Snoopy Rock — 21 June 2021

4. Turtle Cove Beach — 4 September 2021

5. Ma Wan — 15 September 2021

6. Little Palm Beach — 19 September 2021

7. Tseng Tau — 2 October 2021

8. Lamma Power Station Beach — 4 October 2021

9. Hoi Ha Nam Fung Wan — 15 October 2021

10. Sharp Island — 5 April 2022

11. Upper Cheung Sha Beach — 29 April 2022

12. Starfish Bay — 1 May 2022

13. Cheung Chau Coral Beach — 16 May 2022

14. Little Coffee Beach (Tsing Lung Garden) — 28 May 2022

15. Gemini Beach — 30 May 2022

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Pak Shui Wun
(24 May 2021)

Peng Chau Snoopy Rock
(21 June 2021)

Turtle Cove Beach
(4 Sep 2021)

Little Palm Beach
(19 Sep 2021)

Ma Wan
(15 Sep 2021)

Ap Lai Chau
(14 May 2021)

Tseng Tau
(2 Oct 2021)

Hoi Ha Nam Fung Wan
(15 Oct 2021)

Sharp Island
(5 Apr 2022)

Little Coffee Beach
(28 May 2022)

Lamma Power Station Beach
(4 Oct 2021)

Upper Cheung Sha Beach
(29 Apr 2022)

Cheung Chau Coral Beach
(16 May 2021)