Despite the rainy weather, a large crowd of volunteers with the NParks Conservation Division gathered to listen to some exciting developments in our wild places.
I was fascinated to learn more about the effort to conserve Tekong mangroves. Shufen shared more about the Coastal Protection and Restoration to stop erosion and encourage regrowth in one of the best mangroves left in Singapore!
native mangrove plants instead of imported plants.
more about the Tekong project.
Mega Marine Survey, more properly called the Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Surveys. Among the updates, he highlighted how some finds were featured in a recent Straits Times article.
Giant clam. There is a Giant Clam Project to raise these awesome animals from eggs and sperm and also plant them out on our reefs!
After that, we all headed out for a short walk on the newly opened Berlayar Creek boardwalk.