Bird Street (Yuen Po Street Bird Garden) has stalls selling row upon row of birds in beautifully lacquered traditional Chinese birdcages. Formerly located in the heart of Mong Kok, Bird Street moved to its current home in Prince Edward in 1997.
Located at the end of the Flower Market Bird Street is popular with seniors who enjoy displaying and comparing their feathered friends.
All kinds of beautiful birds can be found here including macaws, songbirds, mynahs, cockatiels and starlings. Chinese bird lovers value both the physical beauty of the birds and the quality of their song. Chirpy melodies fill the narrow stalls.
Another interesting side of Bird Street is the opportunity to see the unusual sight of the birdsí feeding upon chopped grasshoppers, live crickets and even tiny green snakes! Ornate bamboo cages and beautifully decorated porcelain seed dishes are also on sale here and make excellent gifts and souvenirs.