Birding@Aviary of Hong Kong Park


This is so amazing to feel the bird flying around you.

“The Edward Youde Aviary is a 3,000-square-metre (32,000 sq ft) aviary built over a natural valley ……This walk-though aviary features a collection of 600 birds representing 80 species indigenous to Southeast Asia, Indonesia, and New Guinea”


Living in a concrete jungle like Hong Kong, rarely we can see birds from so many various species. So excited !!

Long-tailed Broadbill, my favourite !!

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I still need more practice how to capture a flying bird.


By Nikon D500 and AF-S 300mm f/4 prime


Green Imperial Pigeon

Victoria Crowned Pigeon, for the first time I see this big bird flying. Unfortunately i miss to take a sequential shot, I just take my camera out of the bag, setup is yet to be done !!


Victoria Crowned Pigeon

You jump, I jump

Black-&-white is a different story


Bali Mynah

Wait for me


Crested Pigeon



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