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   Mui Tsz Lam
    Site Description

The route starts from Mui Tsz Lam village in Ma On Shan Country Park, where the habitat is dominated by cultivated land and shrub. The route then cuts through a mature woodland in the valley of "Tai Shui Hang" River before reaching the abandoned village of Mau Ping and a mature fung shui woodland.

    Site Protection
The site is within Ma On Shan Country Park. 
    Transportation

Kowloon Motor Bus:
40X   Kwai Chung Estate (Kwai Chung) - Wu Kai Sha Railway Station
43X   Yiu On Estate (Ma On Shan) - Tsuen Wan West Railway Station
81C   Yiu On Estate (Ma On Shan) - Hung Hom Railway Station
84M   Lok Fu - Chevalier Garden (Ma On Shan)
85C   Hung Hom Ferry Pier - Ma On Shan Town Centre
85K   Shatin Railway Station - Heng On Estate (Ma On Shan)
85M   Wong Tai Sin - Kam Ying Court (Ma On Shan)
86C   Cheung Sha Wan - Lee On Estate (Ma On Shan)
86K   Shatin Railway Station - Kam Yong Court (Ma On Shan)
87D   Hung Hom Railway Station - Kam Yong Court (Ma On Shan)
89D   Lam Tin Railway Station - Wu Kai Sha Railway Station
299   Shatin Central - Sai KungDisembark at Chevalier Garden stop and walk along Mui Tsz Lam Road for about 30 minutes to the Mui Tsz Lam village.

    Survey method
The survey methodology was devised with reference to Carey et al. 2001. The site was surveyed by at least two group members in the morning (between 7am and 11am) using 1.5-hours line transects. Bird species and relative abundance were recorded by sighting and/or hearing during the survey. Other information such as weather and temperature, were also recorded during the survey. 
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