Around October to March, spoonbills fly south from their breeding grounds in the Korean Peninsula to the warmer tropics. Photo: Dickson Lee Around October to March, spoonbills fly south from their breeding grounds in the Korean Peninsula to the warmer tropics. Photo: Dickson Lee
Around October to March, spoonbills fly south from their breeding grounds in the Korean Peninsula to the warmer tropics. Photo: Dickson Lee
Conservation

Endangered black-faced spoonbill numbers dwindle again as wetland habitats in Hong Kong and Shenzhen degrade

Factors include continuous development and reclamation in Deep Bay area, decline in freshwater fish farming and rise in illegal traps

Topic |   Conservation
Around October to March, spoonbills fly south from their breeding grounds in the Korean Peninsula to the warmer tropics. Photo: Dickson Lee Around October to March, spoonbills fly south from their breeding grounds in the Korean Peninsula to the warmer tropics. Photo: Dickson Lee
Around October to March, spoonbills fly south from their breeding grounds in the Korean Peninsula to the warmer tropics. Photo: Dickson Lee
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