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!


16 July 2014

Checking up on Pulau Jong

Pulau Jong is among the last untouched islands in Singapore. This is what our other recreational Southern Islands looked like before they were reclaimed and developed, e.g., Sisters Islands, Kusu Island, St John's Island, Lazaru Island and Pulau Hantu.
As usual, we do a check for coral bleaching and other threats. Joining us were Simon and Stephen of Travelled Paths who droned the island too!


15 July 2014

Singapore's first Marine Park: a look with special guests

Thanks to NParks for inviting me to be a part of a special visit to Singapore's first marine park with MOS Desmond Lee and the media.
How nice to be greeted by sea stars, on a cool cloudy but sunny day. Perfect for exploring the amazing marine life found at Sisters Island. With good news for those who want to come for public walks at Sisters Islands!

14 July 2014

Special snails at East Coast shores

Although all the East Coast shores are reclaimed, it doesn't mean they are dead! Well before dawn, a small team headed out to check up these shores.
I was very lucky to spot this beautiful Babylonia snail which was identified as a new record for Singapore in 2013!

13 July 2014

Terumbu Semakau: still no seagrass recovery

Are corals at Terumbu Semakau bleaching? How are the seagrasses doing?
How delightful to see False clown anemonefish in the many colourful Magnificent anemones, lots of healthy corals. But sadly, signs of a massive fish trapping system, and no recovery in seagrasses.



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