This year, participants of the Biodiversity Challenge 2019 are being offered a series of curated walks by members of the nature community. In addition to the exploration of a diversity of ecosystems and wildlife, each trip involves engagement with Facilitators who will act as a human library, and with each other, to build a network of natural history enthusiasts.
We have visits to forests, mangroves, inter-tidal areas, and participants will learn about macaques, crocodiles, otters, pythons, birds and wildlife rescue, from March to May 2019:
- Labrador Walk with N. Sivasothi aka Otterman (NUS Toddycats)
- Crocodile Watch with Bernard Seah (SBWR Volunteers)
- Monkey Walk with Joys Tan and Quek Xiao Tong (JGIS)
- Bird Walk with Xu Weiting (NUS Toddycats)
- ACRES visit w/python talk by Sankar Anantharayanan (HSS)
- Intertidal Watch with Cheo Pei Rong (NParks)
- Love MacRitchie Walk with Chloe Tan (NUS Toddycats)
- Otter Walk with Chong Marjorie & Tina Liow (Otter Working Group)
We are also pointing participants to other walks, workshops and festivals offered by the community in Singapore, and will guide reflections and discussions about their experiences and the landscape in Singapore.
Thanks to the community for their nurturing support of enthusiastic new individuals!