Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise. A reef egret in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise. A reef egret in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams
Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise. A reef egret in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams

Why Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise as migratory birds mix with native species – where to see some of them

  • Hong Kong is alive with bird life at this time of year, as residents are joined by migratory birds stopping over as they head north
  • Here’s a guide to spotting them, from black kites to blue-and-white flycatchers to scarlet minivets

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Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise. A reef egret in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise. A reef egret in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams
Hong Kong in April is a birdwatcher’s paradise. A reef egret in Cheung Chau, Hong Kong. Photo: Martin Williams
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