There are about 60 fish farms licenced by the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) located here. The yellow line along the Johor Strait is the international boundary between Singapore and Malaysia. The mangroves and mudflats of Lim Chu Kang and Sungei Buloh provide ecosystem services such as maintaining good water quality.
How is the situation at Sungei Buloh?
I had a brief stop at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and checked the Coastal Trail for dead fishes. I only saw a few small ones and one large dead catfish that looked like it just died.
The forecast for the rest of March is super hot weather that may reach 36degC and below-normal rainfall. These will create great conditions for a plankton bloom that kills fish and marine life.
You CAN make a difference: Dead Fish Alert!
Please help me monitor dead fishes washing up on the Johor Straits. Please let me know if you see large numbers (more than 10) especially of large dead fishes (more than 20cm long) washing up on the northern shores such as Pulau Ubin, Lim Chu Kang, Sungei Buloh, Kranji, Woodlands Waterfront, Sembawang, Punggol, Lorong Halus, Pasir Ris, Changi.
There are too many shores for me to personally check, so I really appreciate any info or photos that you can share.