26 Aug (Sun): M.A.D. (Make A Difference) for Wild Pigs

A FREE education programme by Cicada Tree Eco-Place

Where do wild pigs live in Singapore? Are there wild pigs that live in other parts of the world? What do wild pigs look like? What do they eat? What may eat them? How many piglets do they usually have? What dangers do they face? How can we live with them? What can we do to conserve them? If we should meet a with a wild pig, what should we do? If you're a kid between the ages of 5 and 10 years, and would like to learn more about wild pigs, then join us for an evening of fun and learning. Take home with you a better idea about wild pigs that live in our midst.

Note: This workshop will not bring you into close contact with wild pigs.

Pre-registration and more details with Celine Low at contact@cicadatree.org.sg giving participants' names, ages & a mobile no. pls indicate which lesson you are signing up for. Additional date: 9 Sep (Sun) 4-6 pm

Time: 6-8 pm
Meeting point: car park at main entrance of lower peirce reservoir park off Old Upper Thomson Road, behind petrol station. Map
Website and contact: http://www.cicadatree.org.sg/