Saturday, March 19, 2016

Our Chek Jawa walk in March

The weather is getting hotter and hotter but this did not deter 84 eager visitors to join us bright and early on this Saturday morning (19 March)! There were a number of children on this walk and it is certainly heartwarming to see the young ones so interested in nature.

Everyone taking out their phones and binoculars, trying to capture a good look and picture of...

THIS. Look at how intricately designed this web is. Credits to Speedgo Photography. Do check out the Facebook page here for some high definition photos! (If you would like to share or feature your photos with us, don't hesitate to drop us a message, we will be happy to!)

As usual, we HAVE to take a group photo!

Looking intensely at the map to figure out the route of our walk! The kids are really enthusiastic about the walks.

This is truly an open-air classroom for the children. Everyone asks questions. Bravo to the kids!

Bravo to the fathers too! 
Look at these fathers sharing a precious moment with their kids at Chek Jawa.

Trying to spot the crabs and mudskippers! Fun fact: Mudskippers are actually fish and have gills, though their huge round eyes always cause them to be mistaken as part of the frog family! The best time to observe mudskippers is during low tide.

We end the walk at the English Cottage where the kids get to do  quick round of drawing to recap the animals and plants that they saw.

A family wefie! We love seeing families coming down together to enjoy nature. Thank you everyone who came down to join us and allow us to continue sharing our passion for nature with you! Our next Naked Hermit Crab walk would be held soon, so be sure to check back for more information! Hope to see you there! :)

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