20 July 2014

22 Jul (Tue): Talk with three views of Singapore's wild shores!

Yes! Singapore got marine life! Three of us will share views from the air, on land and underwater!
Find out more about how you too can visit and see these wonders, and how you can make a difference for them. Please come for our free talk!


For the first time in one talk!

From the Air
See spectacular views from the air shared by Heng Pei Yan aka the Drone Commander. She will also share about her diving adventures. Heng Pei Yan is a teacher who began diving at Pulau Hantu in 2012. She has become an active guide to the island’s reefs and other shores. She blogs at Peiyan Photography and run the SG Sea Drone facebook page.

Underwater
Dr Neo Mei Lin is a Marine Biologist who works, among others, on Singapore's amazing Giant clams. She is an avid diver and photographer and active in many Singapore marine conservation efforts. Mei Lin blogs at Psychedelic Nature and about her scientific work in this blog.

And on land
No need to swim, no need to dive! Can even do with walking stick! Ria Tan will share how ordinary people can experience much of Singapore's amazing marine life on the intertidal shore. Otters, wild dolphins, sea turtles! Nemos, sea snakes, living corals and more. From accessible shores like Changi and Tanah Merah, to our many huge submerged reefs. Ria will share photos and stories of recent adventures on our living shores. Ria blogs at wild shores of singapore and runs the wildsingapore web resources.

Special gifts for those who come for the talk! This cute folding crab designed by Sabrina Tang, thanks to NParks and the Festival of Biodiveristy (while stocks last).

This talk is part of the Heritage Festival. Thanks to Marcus Ng for inviting us to speak!
The talk is free. Registration is on a first-come-first-serve basis and each talk has a max. seating capacity of 245 participants. Online registration available from 1 July.

In Partnership with: Yumei and Marcus

Date: 22 Jul (Tue)
Time: 7.30pm - 9pm
Venue: National Museum of Singapore Gallery Theatre, Basement
Website and contact: http://www.heritagefest.org.sg/

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for a very informative talk last night! I'm hoping to start getting involved in some of the projects soon

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