A diver admires coral in Hong Kong waters. A two-day event, “Tent, Tanks … and Trash!”, in November features dive-site clean-ups, counts of fish and corals, a hunt for ghost fishing nets and campfire conservation classes. Photo: Simon Lorenz/Sai Kung Scuba
A diver admires coral in Hong Kong waters. A two-day event, “Tent, Tanks … and Trash!”, in November features dive-site clean-ups, counts of fish and corals, a hunt for ghost fishing nets and campfire conservation classes. Photo: Simon Lorenz/Sai Kung Scuba

Hong Kong dive sites clean-up, fish and coral counting and campfire conservation classes – scuba divers of all levels welcome

  • In a two-day clean-up of Hong Kong dive sites, scuba divers will remove debris, look for ghost fishing nets and catalogue coral and fish species
  • Scuba diver and instructor Neil Kane organised the event, featuring dives at Double Haven, Hoi Ha and Tung Ping Chau, to highlight the need for conservation

A diver admires coral in Hong Kong waters. A two-day event, “Tent, Tanks … and Trash!”, in November features dive-site clean-ups, counts of fish and corals, a hunt for ghost fishing nets and campfire conservation classes. Photo: Simon Lorenz/Sai Kung Scuba
A diver admires coral in Hong Kong waters. A two-day event, “Tent, Tanks … and Trash!”, in November features dive-site clean-ups, counts of fish and corals, a hunt for ghost fishing nets and campfire conservation classes. Photo: Simon Lorenz/Sai Kung Scuba
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