29 May 2015

‘Conserving our Corals' T-Shirt Design Competition

Calling all creative coral lovers! The ‘Conserving our Corals' T-Shirt Design Competition aims to increase public awareness of the coral conservation activities of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).
Participate in the Conserving our Corals: T-Shirt Design Competition and stand a chance to win a Grand Prize of $2000! Visit http://bit.ly/1cWjTmC for more info! Submit your entries by 3 July 2015!



24 May 2015

Wild fun for kids during the June school holidays!

Exciting nature activities specially for kids are lined up for the coming school holidays! Lots of fun ways to discover and enjoy Singapore's biodiversity! And the highlight is Ubin Day with a weekend of family fun at Pulau Ubin, Singapore's last kampung.
Uncle Andrew pointing out critters during an Ubin Day walk!
Photo by Tze Kwan Fung.
Special events include an intertidal walk at Changi, night walk at Pasir Ris boardwalk. Also walks at Chek Jawa boardwalk, Labrador forest, Ubin kampung, along the Southern Ridges, Sungei Buloh's new Extension, Lower Peirce Reservoir. Learn about monkeys, birds, Join nature art workshop, nature camps. Volunteer to save horseshoe crabs, clean up the mangroves. And lots more!

Checking Terumbu Pempang Laut in a mizzle

This submerged reef is close to Jurong Island, spewing emissions on the horizon as usual. Yet is it home to corals and other interesting marine life.
We visited in a mizzle (miserable drizzle) and were glad to see our familiar favourites.

23 May 2015

31 May - 5 Jun: Traditional Wayang at Pulau Ubin

Come to Pulau Ubin to enjoy authentic traditional wayang in celebration of Tua Pek Kong Temple Festival.
Photos of the festivities by Jerome Lim on facebook.
Thanks to Victor Yue for highlighting the celebration. He says "every year, on the same day as Vesak Day (4M15), the Pulau Ubin Tua Pek Kong Temple celebrates in honour of Tua Pek Kong." There will be festivities, free wayang shows with free evening ferry rides.


22 May 2015

Punggol's living rocky shores

There is a pretty little stretch of rocky shore at Punggol Jetty, just opposite Pulau Ubin.
Alas, no seagrasses today. While the shore had colourful marine life, it was far less diverse than my last trips here over the years.


21 May 2015

Seagrass meadows at East Coast Park!

A glorious morning at East Coast Park with lush seagrass meadows!
Which of course meant sightings of lots of interesting marine life that need seagrasses!


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