22 May (Sun): Kids’ Musang Watch!

In celebration of International Day of Biological Diversity, come watch the wild with us!
photo by Chan Kwok WaiCommon Palm Civets are mammals that live in Singapore—in our forests as well as in our midst! A few families of civets (called Musang in Malay) live wild and free in Siglap! Isn’t that neat? Find out where they live, what they eat, why they choose Siglap as their constituency!

This kids’ event is suitable for kids 5 to 12 years old, and their families.

The event is free, and registration is required as space is limited.

Enquiries and registration, email Celine Low at contact@cicadatree.org.sg. Details will be given to you once you are registered.

Website: http://www.cicadatree.org.sg