23 May 2012

Meet the marine volunteers of Singapore!

Always wanted to make a difference for Singapore's marine biodiversity? But not sure what is being done, and who are involved?
Meet the passionate volunteers who clean up, dive, document, explore, guide, monitor, train and do lots more our shores! We will all be there for the Marine Exhibition at the Festival of Biodiversity!

The Marine Exhibition will be manned by volunteers from these marine groups! All of us have come together to share about Singapore's marine life and the many ways that we are working for them. We'd love to tell you more about what we do!

Blue Water Volunteers
Hantu Bloggers
International Coastal Cleanup Singapore
Mangrove Action Squad
Mega Marine Survey
Naked Hermit Crabs
The Leaf Monkey Workshop

Learn more about Singapore's marine biodiversity at the Marine Exhibition during the Festival of Biodiversity! The exhibition will also feature Singapore's amazing marine ecosystems, from mysterious mangroves to lush seagrass meadows, amazing reefs to strange sandy shores.
A4 Poster: Singapore has world-class reefs
Volunteers guide you through the exhibits with lots of stories. Check out live seagrasses, and learn more about our shores through interesting games and puzzles.

There's lots more going on at the Festival of Biodiversity too! With MORE volunteers doing all kinds of other wild things for nature in Singapore!
Be bedazzled by butterflies and birds, awed by trees and seagrasses, tickle your curiousity with crabs and colugos. Singapore is wilder that you might imagine. Find out more about our biodiversity and what you can do to make a difference!

Visit the Festival of Biodiversity blog for the latest updates!

Dates: 26 May (Sat) and 27 May (Sun)
Venue: Botany Centre, Singapore Botanic Gardens location map
Website and contact: http://festivalofbiodiversitysingapore.wordpress.com/

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