By participating in Walk for Nature you will be able to discover and explore the natural beauty of Mai Po. You will also personally experience the joy of bird watching, learn about the importance of wetlands and be able to participate in entertaining game stands. The event route is about 5 km and has an estimated completion time of 3 to 4 hours.
To prevent overcrowding and minimize visitors’ effect on the environment, participants will begin their walk in different time slots. Each event day will contain 10 time slots, running consecutively at half hour intervals from 9:30AM–2:00PM. Participant can choose their preferred time slot during the registration process.
A free shuttle bus service will be provided between 8:30AM and 6:00PM on the event days to transport participants from Sheung Shui MTR station to Mai Po Nature Reserve and back again.
This event is only suitable for people aged 4 and above. For safety reasons, baby strollers and prams are not allowed in the Reserve.
Date: 7 – 8 November 2015 (Sat and Sun)
(You can choose to attend one of the two days)
Time: 9:30AM – 6:00PM
(You can begin their walk in 10 different time slots)
Location: Mai Po Nature Reserve
Cost: You can sign up as an Individual ($500 minimum donation), Family comprising of two adults and one to two youths aged 4-17 ($1,600 minimum donation), Individual Youth aged 4-17 ($350 minimum donation), and Senior 60+ ($350 minimum donation)
Walk for Nature 2015 public enrollment will begin in mid August / early September and end on 10 October 2015. For enquiries please contact WWF Hong Kong at Tel 2526 1011 or email@example.com or visit their website by following this link.About WWF-Hong Kong:
WWF is a leading global conservation organisation, with a global network active in more than 100 countries.
WWF’s mission is to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. WWF was founded in 1961 with headquarters based in Switzerland. Operating for nearly fifty years, WWF has forged unprecedented global partnerships with governments, other NGOs and the private sector, and has inspired individuals to take action and make a difference.
WWF-Hong Kong has been working since 1981 to deliver solutions for a living planet through Conservation, Footprint and Education programmes.