26 March 2012

31 Mar (Sat): Mangrove Ecology Walk at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

What is a mangrove ecosystem? What interesting plants and animals can be found in this special habitat? Which are the ones we can eat? How can we conserve them better?
Mangrove Boardwalk at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Join the Southeast Asian Biodiversity Society at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve to get these questions and many more answered!

This is the first of a series of ecology walks organised by members of the Southeast Asian Biodiversity Society and proceeds collected will support the society’s conservation education and research in the region .

This walk will be led by Teo Siyang and Yong Ding Li. Siyang has a keen interest in plants, as well as over two years of guiding experience in natural habitats around Singapore. He has also published a number of papers on Singapore’s natural history. Ding Li is keen in tropical ecology and has watched wildlife for fifteen years. Both of them hope to make a difference for nature conservation through active education and capacity building.

To register, please email Teo Siyang at sassy19a@gmail.com.

Time: 9.15-11.5am, meet at the Reserve Visitor Centre.
Cost: $12 per person. Free for children below 10 years old. Excludes Reserve admission fee of $1 for adult and $0.50 for children.
Website: http://seabiodiversity.wordpress.com/

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