Years after the dramatic discovery of Chek Jawa, we now understand better just how fragile such ecosystem can be. But if this lovingly protected area can still reel from the impact of human activity, what chance would Ubin's more traumatised beaches have of sustaining life?
Seeing how nature often uses small windows of opportunities to recover, How Choon Beng, Senior Conservation Officer at Pulau Ubin decided to see if there are any isolated patches of shorelife along the busy stretches of the island's coast. Come join us for an interesting talk as he shares his observation of the Pulau Ubin shore's life.
The talk is free but pre-registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 7 Oct (Thu) 2010.
Venue: Pulau Ubin, Volunteer Hub. Take a 10 min boat ride ($2.50/trip) from Changi Point Ferry Terminal (nr Changi Village) to P. Ubin and then a 10mins walk to the Volunteer Hub. More details on getting to Pulau Ubin.