For kids and the family
Walks in wild places
- Mangrove walk at Sungei Buloh on Saturday and Sunday.
- Evolution Garden guided tour.
- Fort Canning Spice Trail guided walk.
More wild stuff
- Dive Pulau Hantu with the Hantu Bloggers
- 25 Sep (Sat): Migratory Bird talk and guided tour at Sungei Buloh
- 25 Sep (Sat): "Discover the wonderful world of insects"
- 24 Sep-6 Oct: Wealth of the Rain Forest Exhibition
For Nature Society (Singapore) members only
Registration now open
- 20 Oct (Wed): "Our Home, The Seashore" with Cicada Tree Eco Place
- 6 Oct (Wed): "Our Home, The Mangroves" with Cicada Tree Eco Place
- 2 Oct (Sat): "Our Home, The Grassland" with Cicada Tree Eco Place
Highlights of Singapore nature news
- Sun, sand, sea... and tonnes of debris East Coast Park beach is Singapore's dirtiest, due to seaborne garbage and human litter by Melissa Pang Straits Times 19 Sep 10;
- Agencies finalising investigations into Singapore oil spill in May: Transport Minister Channel NewsAsia 16 Sep 10;
Highlights of Singapore nature blogs
- After Rain @ Upper Seletar Reservoir from Beauty of Fauna and Flora in Nature
- Chek Jawa with Katong Convent from wild shores of singapore
- A hefty hoist and I’m up a tree for kite removal! from News from the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore
- How to reduce flooding in Singapore? Harvest more rainwater! from Water Quality in Singapore
- Butterfly of the Month - September 2010 from Butterflies of Singapore
- Another myna fight from Bird Ecology Study Group
- Kusu Island: Anemone City from wonderful creation
- Pasir Ris water quality fails, again: why? from wild shores of singapore
- Cleaning up our reef site! from Psychedelic Nature
- Chronicle of Mr & Mrs King from Life's Indulgences
- Starting the work day with a smile! :D dolphin sighting at St. John's from ashira
- RIP. Jack the wild boar from Ubin.sgkopi
- How is coral bleaching at Kusu Island? from wild shores of singapore
Photo of the Week is the gorgeous bird on the newly launched The Birds of Singapore - an online book. The website allows and encourages everyone to contribute and thus be actively involved in creating the online book! Read more about the book also on Bird Ecology Study Group blog.