We had fun even before we began our walk. A group of birdwatchers kindly shared photos of a large owl that they had seen inside the mangroves! What a treat for the kids to have a glimpse of it. Ivan later shared lots of interesting information about Singapore owls, and how they hunt in the mangroves.
EXCEL programme at Dunman High School which hopes to expose students to real issues, and real efforts to address them by real people. Bravo!
in March which was wiped out by heavy rain. I'm so impressed that they came back, and glad we had better weather today. With them is baby, who in March, was still inside mummy's tummy!
Tree-climbing crabs very early in the walk!
Telescopium snails that look like ice-cream cones, and lots of large clams too.
Malayan water monitor lizard!
Giant mudskippers. Alas, we couldn't find any live Dog faced water snakes. Although Kok Sheng did spot a recently dead one. So hopefully, there are some live ones still around.
Halfbeaks and Archerfishes too!
The Naked Hermit Crabs hope to resume this free evening Pasir Ris boardwalk tours during the December school holidays. We will update the blog when we finalise the dates.
Our next event is the free boardwalk tour at Chek Jawa on 8 Sep (Sat). Come join us there!