Thanks to Lieow Shao Wei, who not only arranged this opportunity, but has herself been very active for our shores. She helps with TeamSeagrass monitoring at Sentosa, joined the Mega Marine Survey and has joined us on some of our surveys.
Kusu Island which is ringed with rich reefy shores.
massive works were being done on the seawalls there in Jan 2013. So I'm not sure if the corals survived.
St. John's Island, Lazarus Island and Seringat Kias, Pulau Tekukor. As well as the amazing Sisters Islands.
Pulau Hantu. I shared about the good work done by Debby Ng and the volunteers of the Hantu Bloggers who conduct guided dives at Pulau Hantu every month for the last 10 years!
|Photo from the Hantu Blog|
|A4 poster on wildsingapore flickr for free download|
Jul 2011 and May 2012 thanks to the support of Shao Wei and Sheila.
Oct 2011. I shared about the struggles of the volunteers for Project Driftnet.
Pulau Jong, which is also managed by Sentosa. Volunteers disabled these three large traps found there in Apr 2013.
Heng Pei Yan observed in Aug 2013.
|Photo by Heng Pei Yan|
Sentosa Cove as well as Sentosa One Degree Fifteen.
Thanks to Shao Wei and the many other colleagues at Sentosa for working together to try to protect our shores. And also thank you also for the kind gift of the Islander membership so that I can visit Sentosa more easily.