Firefly expert Mark Mak Siu-fung (left) and engineer Keith Tam Kit-fan from the Drainage Services Department hail the success of the firefly project in Kwan Tei River. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Firefly expert Mark Mak Siu-fung (left) and engineer Keith Tam Kit-fan from the Drainage Services Department hail the success of the firefly project in Kwan Tei River. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Firefly expert Mark Mak Siu-fung (left) and engineer Keith Tam Kit-fan from the Drainage Services Department hail the success of the firefly project in Kwan Tei River. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Habitat restoration planned to bring back glow of Hong Kong’s fireflies

This follows a successful case at Kwan Tei river, part of a HK$1.2 million government initiative to improve biodiversity

Firefly expert Mark Mak Siu-fung (left) and engineer Keith Tam Kit-fan from the Drainage Services Department hail the success of the firefly project in Kwan Tei River. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Firefly expert Mark Mak Siu-fung (left) and engineer Keith Tam Kit-fan from the Drainage Services Department hail the success of the firefly project in Kwan Tei River. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Firefly expert Mark Mak Siu-fung (left) and engineer Keith Tam Kit-fan from the Drainage Services Department hail the success of the firefly project in Kwan Tei River. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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