The Floating Frog, a species now extinct in Hong Kong, prepared by Father Anthony Bogadek, for the “Ecology In The Making” exhibition at Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. Photo: Ecology in the Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong exhibitionThe Floating Frog, a species now extinct in Hong Kong, prepared by Father Anthony Bogadek, for the “Ecology In The Making” exhibition at Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. Photo: Ecology in the Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong exhibition
The Floating Frog, a species now extinct in Hong Kong, prepared by Father Anthony Bogadek, for the “Ecology In The Making” exhibition at Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. Photo: Ecology in the Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong exhibition

Exhibition of fossils, skeletons and more shines light on Hong Kong’s early amateur naturalists

‘Ecology In The Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong’ shines a light on 12 individuals who helped discover, collect, identify and conserve the city’secology from 1816 to 1984

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
The Floating Frog, a species now extinct in Hong Kong, prepared by Father Anthony Bogadek, for the “Ecology In The Making” exhibition at Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. Photo: Ecology in the Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong exhibitionThe Floating Frog, a species now extinct in Hong Kong, prepared by Father Anthony Bogadek, for the “Ecology In The Making” exhibition at Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. Photo: Ecology in the Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong exhibition
The Floating Frog, a species now extinct in Hong Kong, prepared by Father Anthony Bogadek, for the “Ecology In The Making” exhibition at Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre. Photo: Ecology in the Making – A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong exhibition
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