Lots of dead farm fishes washed up at Lim Chu Kang today. Lots also washed up at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve.
20 October 2014
I am impressed by the immediate cleanup of dead farm fishes from Lim Chu Kang. This is what I saw on 17 Oct (Fri). A line of freshly dead farm fishes washed up on the mid-water mark, with lots more fishes floating in the water as far as the eye could see.
And this is what I saw on 18 Oct (Sat). No freshly dead fishes anywhere on the shore.
But there are still a lot of unaswered questions about the recent fish deaths and how AVA is dealing with fish farm trash. Here are details of my correspondence with AVA on the issues.
It was a relief not to see masses of dead fishes at Lim Chu Kang on both Saturday and Sunday. This portion of the shore had a line of dead farmed fishes on Friday.
Dead wild fishes were spotted at the Marsh Garden at West Coast Park on 19 Oct (Sun).
Gan Da has been going regularly to the Marsh Garden for the last three months for his school project. This is the first time he has seen these dead fishes.
|Photo by Gan Da.|
19 October 2014
The Ubin Symposium was a whirlwind of ideas for Pulau Ubin, bringing together those passionate about the island. This is part of the on-going The Ubin Project and in celebration of the different facets of Pulau Ubin and is organised by URA.
The presentations and discussions were furiously tweeted and shared on facebook and social media. Here's a storify of the social media posts. And Sumita also took notes of the symposium which she has shared online!
|Ms Tan Beng Chiak's ideas are inspiring!|
Photo by Chay Hoon on facebook
17 October 2014
This morning I saw many freshly dead fishes washed up at Lim Chu Kang jetty. The dead fishes look like those raised by fish farms.
Posted by Ria Tan at 2:16 PM