9 Mar (Sun): Birdwatching at Greenleaf Forest

for Nature Society (Singapore) members only

Greenleaf Forest is a lovely forest that you can catch a glimpse of in passing along Sixth Avenue. It is very little explored for its wildlife. A casual survey one morning yielded about 30 plus species of birdlife - including endangered species like the Straw-headed Bulbul, Oriental Magpie Robin and Changeable Hawk-eagle. There are definitely more bird species to be seen and recorded here, especially during the migration season. Ideal for birdwatching beginners and for those who would like to enjoy the scenic views around this quiet corner of suburbia.

Time: 7.30a - 11.30am, meet at the 1st junction of Ming Teck Park (Road) with Sixth Avenue if coming from Dunearn Road; or if coming from Holland Road, it's the 3rd Ming Teck Park (Road) junction.
Website: http://www.nss.org.sg/
Contact: email contact@nss.org.sg or call 6741 2036.

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