21-27 May: Highlights of the week ahead

For kids and the family, don't miss this once-a-year, one-stop mega event for biodiversity!

26-27 May: Festival of Biodiversity Be bedazzled by butterflies and birds, awed by trees and seagrasses, tickle your curiousity with crabs and colugos. Singapore is wilder that you might imagine. Find out more about our biodiversity and what you can do to make a difference!
Have fun learning our biodiversity!

One of the highlights is a massive Marine Exhibition, featuring all our major marine ecosystems from mangroves to seagrasses, sandy shores to reefs and everything in between. With hands on stations to feel and find out more about our marine life, as well as marine games and fun for children and the young-at-heart. And meet these cute marine mascots!

Walks! Join the Rainforest Tour and discover the enchantment of our tropical rainforest with our volunteer guides! Meet at the Visitor Centre 15 minutes before the start of the tour. Walks are limited to 20 persons per tour.
  • 26 May (Sat): 10am to 11am, 11am to noon
  • 27 May (sun): 9am to 10am, 4pm to 5pm
Story-telling sessions!
Be enchanted by the stories of "The Giving Tree", "The Lorax" and more! Brought to you by the Bukit Merah Regional Library, these sessions will encourage your child to start appreciating nature that is all around us! At Ridley Hall, limited to 20 persons per session.
26 May (Sat): 11am to 11.45am, 3pm to 3.45pm

Free film screening!
26 May (Sat): "Hardy Driftwood in A Wetlands Adventure" an animated movie for kids.
27 May (Sun): "The Return of the King" about the return of the Oriental Pied Hornbill to Singapore.

26 May (Sat)
27 May (Sun)
Mini Biodiversity Symposium ”Conserving Our Biodiversity”
On 26 May 2012 (Sat) 9am-12noon, several speakers will share about community efforts on biodiversity for lively discussion. More details

The long awaited “Caterpillars of Singapore’s Butterflies” book will be launched! There will also be a display of the winning photos of the BiodiverCity photo competition,  latest research done by Honours students at NUS and sales of nature books.

More wild events for the week!

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