Karen Teo tells us more about this exciting new way to reach out to Singaporeans about our very own biodiversity!
Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III.
I love this timely and much needed programme. Reaching out especially to ordinary people who may not have been exposed to our wild places yet. The idea is not just raise awareness but also to inspire action. The programme hopes to work in synergy with on-going as well as new action taken by individuals and groups. So there's lots of ways for everyone to take part: whether as a newbie or a diehard nature fan! I'm very excited to learn that the programme will be run in schools!
Public Bird Census at Sungei Buloh was a great success!
why they do this.
There isn't a web space for Community in Nature yet, but you can learn more about Singapore's biodiversity from the Celebrating Singapore's Biodiversity blog and facebook page. For a list of nature happenings throughout Singapore, see the wildsingapore happenings blog updated every week. And here's more about volunteering for nature in Singapore on the wildsingapore website.
Here's more media articles about the Community in Nature programme from the wildsingapore news blog.