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Guided Visits to Hong Kong Park Aviary

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(A) Purposes :

To provide opportunities for pupils to know more about the characteristics and habitat of birds through field observation and explanation by tour guides, so that they may recognize the importance of animal conservation.

(B) Highlights :

Pupils will be guided to visit the Caged Display Area and the Walk-through Aviary. Birds living in tropical rain forests and the ways they adapt to the environment for feeding and accommodation will be introduced. Some endangered bird species and their nesting and brood-rearing habits will also be introduced.

(C)

Target Participants

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Categories : (I)  P.3 to P.4 pupils
  (II)  P.5 to P.6 pupils

(D)

Duration

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1 hour and 15 minutes

(E)

Address of Venue

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Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong

(F)

Meeting Place

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Entrance to the Education Centre in Hong Kong Park

(G)

Docent Language

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Cantonese

(H)

Visit Schedule

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Please refer to Annex 1

(I)

Guidelines

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Please refer to Annex 2

(J)

Application Form

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Please refer to Annex 3

(K)

Application Method

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Applications for the above activities will be accepted from 2 September 2013 onwards. Primary schools interested in these activities can apply by completing the Application Form at Annex 3 and submit the forms by fax or by post. Due to limited places, applications will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis. (We will accept applications by fax commencing at 9:00 am on 2 September 2013. Applications by fax or by post received before 2 September 2013 will not be entertained.)

(L)

Any enquiries or request for cancellation of visits should be made to the Hong Kong Park at 2521 5057


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