Tag Archives: Pulau Semakau

Insights into the history of conservation in Singapore

I was very very glad to have been able to attend Professor Leo Tan’s talk entitled “You Live Your Belief” last Wednesday, 25 April. It was hosted at the NUS Shaw Foundation Alumni House Auditorium as it was actually an alumni … Continue reading

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6 years of seagrass monitoring! D:

[update 23 Feb: some links added] Last Sunday (19 Feb 2012) TeamSeagrass went to Pulau Semakau for yet another round of seagrass monitoring! It was my first seagrass monitoring trip for the year, as I missed the one at Chek Jawa … Continue reading

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Pulau Semakau – holds more than our incinerated trash!

Most Singaporeans, if they do know what P. Semakau is, don’t know that it offers much more than just being a landfill for our trash. There is wildlife to be found there too! TeamSeagrass was there on 26 Nov, Saturday, … Continue reading

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Seagrass monitoring @ Pulau Semakau

Another back-dated post:/ We gathered at Marina South pier early in the morning (22 May), before daybreak. I shared a cab with Chun Fong and Marcus, but he ended up having a bad stomachache and was unable to join us … Continue reading

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Seahorse and anemones

Woke up bright and early this morning to go Pulau Semakau for Project Driftnet. Project Driftnet aims to document location and types of nets/traps found on our shores as well as the organisms trapped within. They will subsequently be removed … Continue reading

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Rainbow.

But thankfully when we arrived at the shore, after the treacherous journey through the mozzie-infested forest, it was only drizzling. And there was a shore bird right there waiting to welcome us 😛 Did site 3, for the first time … Continue reading

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