Hong Kong Seahorse Survey and Conservation Infographics
- Ocean Park Conservation Foundation
Ocean Park Conservation Foundation (OPCF) has established their own seahorse survey in the eastern waters of Hong Kong since 2011, with aims to document the number, species diversity, size, and distribution of seahorses (Hippocampus species) in shallow coral communities and adjacent areas. A total of six individual seahorses, comprising one male and five females belonging to one species, yellow seahorse (Hippocampus kuda), were observed at two diving sites in Sai Kung waters during a recent survey conducted by OPCF. Let’s see the infographics we created to have more details about the project and the tips for seahorse conservation.
Seahorse Survey and Conservation Infographics
Infographic Poster – Seahorse Survey and Tagging Project
This infographic was created to invite local surfers to help report where they see any seahorse while out in the ocean. The posters are distributed to local surf and boat shops.
Seahorse Conservation Infographic
This infographic aims to raise public awareness of seahorse conservation by introducing the major threats to seahorse, and promote the idea of stop buying dried seahorse. The infographic was published on social media for public education.
On behalf of OPCFHK, I would like to express our gratitude to Cou4 Interactive for your professionalism on our project which not only enhanced the show quality of the campaigns, but also helped raise awareness on wildlife conservation in an innovative, creative and highly effective way with the aid of infographic.
Ms. Joe Cheung
Assistant Community Education Manager
Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong