Birding Tai Po Kau

Half-day or full-day| 3-6km| Full day: HKD2,400 for one or two people, HKD3,000 for three people, HKD3,600 for four people. Half day: HKD1,200 for one or two people, HKD1,500 for three people, HKD1,800 for four people.

Birding in Hong Kong at Tai Po Kau

Tau Po Kau Nature Reserve, New Territories, Hong Kong


Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve is a readily-accessible area of our biggest area of woodland, which runs from near the coast at Tai Po up to the slopes of Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong’s highest mountain.  Most of the woodland is maturing sixty-year-old secondary growth of native south China trees.  Woodland birds include Black Bulbuls, Fork-tailed Sunbird, Velvet-fronted Nuthatch and a variety of babblers.  It is a good site to see Crested Goshawk.

Birding Tai Po Kau is easiest in winter, when the foliage is less thick, and the resident birds have been joined by thrushes and other seasonal visitors. In spring, many migrating flycatchers pass through.

Woodland birding requires patience, and many species are more easily heard than seen. However, diligent birders may be rewarded with views of some harder-to-find species.

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Cost: Full day: HKD2,400 for one or two people, HKD3,000 for three people, HKD3,600 for four people. Half day: HKD1,200 for one or two people, HKD1,500 for three people, HKD1,800 for four people.
Time: Half-day or full-day
Tour starts: Timing depends on time of year. We will email you with details for your particular tour.
Meeting point: At an MTR Station on the East Rail Line depending on the itinerary.
Walking distance: 3-6km
Walk grade: Easy to moderate
Terrain: Nature path, up and downhill
Facilities: Toilets en route
Note: Our maximum group size is four. Groups over four have to be responsible for their own transport arrangements.
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