Bauhinia and Lotus Series | Episode 3: Urban predator

In the midst of Hong Kong's high-rise buildings, a bird of prey is often spotted – the black kite. Also known locally as "Maying," it is a second-class state protected species in China. The densely populated city has the biggest concentration of black kites in the world. These raptors are most visible in winter.

About 'Journeys in Nature': Bauhinia and Lotus Series:

Encircled by bays and beaches, islands and peninsulas, harbors and seas, mountains and valleys, wetlands and gardens, Hong Kong is home to amazing wildlife. Follow the camera to see how these species live in harmony with humans in the busy city. 

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