Located on the southern side of the Hong Kong Island within the boundary of the Aberdeen Reservoir Country Park, the Aberdeen Reservoirs comprise the upper and lower reservoirs. Starting from the Wan Cahi Gap Park at Mount Cameron Road at the mid-levels, one may follow the Aberdeen Reservoir Road as lined by mature secondary forest all the way to Yue Kwong Chuen, a public housing estate in Aberdeen. During the migration season, it is the place to view different species of warblers, flycatchers, thrushes and even birds of prey. Aberdeen Reservoir is also the night roost of the Black Kite.
Target species: Blue Whistling Thrush、Hwamei、Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush、Fork-tailed Sunbird、Black Kite、different species of warblers, flycatchers and thrushes (during migration seasons)
Estimated time required: 3 - 4 hr
Transportation: Take route no. 15 (First Bus) at Admiralty and get off at the stop off the Police Museum (Magazine Gap terminus), walk to the other side of the road to the Wan Chai Gap Park and the Aberdeen Reservoir Road just starts from its rear side.
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