Po Toi is a rocky island off the SE coast of Hong Kong Island opposite to Stanley. Patches of woodland on the island are a good place for migrants including flycatchers, thrushes and warblers during spring and autumn. There is good chance you will spot different types of seabirds during the ferry journey.
||Black-naped Tern, Bridled Tern, Red-necked Phalarope, Black-naped Oriole*, Narcissus Flycatcher*, Ashy Minivet*|
||Buses no. 6, 6A, 6X and 260 larly from Exchange Square (Central) to Stanley. In Stanley walk along Wong Ma Kok Road, and turn right into Wong Ma Kok Path to arrive at St. Stephenˇ¦s Beach. From the public pier here ferries depart for Po Toi (ferry departs at 10:00am on Sundays). There are ferries from Aberdeen during weekdays, which depart at 8:00am.|
* The species marked with an asterisk (*) are more difficult to find.
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