|Eager participants registering for the walk!|
|One of our guides, Becky, introducing herself to the group.|
|Next, we had Pei Yan telling her group about the Naked Hermit Crabs!|
|Weaver ants working together to build a nest.|
The kids finally saw the little cicada that was making so much noise.
|A Malayan water monitor lizard.|
|A dog-faced water snake, one of the residents of the mangroves.|
|Andy sharing a photo of the Buffy Fish Owl that was hard to spot from a distance!|
|Yet another resident - The Buffy Fish Owl|
|Most of the kids got a chance to look at the owl, one way or another.|
|Spotting a monitor lizard on a tree.|
|This was what everyone was looking at - A juvenile monitor lizard getting comfortable in a tree hole.|
|"I think I should have eaten less fish today. I hope I can fit in this tree hole."|
|Mission accomplished! Time for a nap.|
|Just one of the many jellyfishes that were swimming by!|
|Beautiful drawing of jellyfishes.|
|The jellyfish was a hot favourite.|
|Jellyfishes (or plastic bags)?|
|Great drawing of a jellyfish and an owl!|
|He drew everything that he saw!|
We thank all the participants for making the walk a success! For those who have missed out on this walk, look out for our next Pasir Ris mangrove walk in December!
Thanks go out to our volunteers today - Sumita, Tim, Becky, PY, Ian, LK and Ria. Andy came to help us spot lots of animals too.