10 No 4
Reforestation and Reach Out
Bird Ringing in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve in 2004
The Amazing Chase: a creative environmental statement
Practical Work Attachment
Kubah National Park
at the Sungei Buloh
you ever been captivated by the sight of shorebirds in flight while
at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, and wished that you knew more about
these fascinating creatures? Or wondered how man and the wetland ecosystem
If you visit Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve today, you will find a cosy
‘Nature Cove’ welcoming you to learn more about the wetlands.
Situated next to the Information Counter at the Visitor Centre, this
little reading corner aims to complement the visitor’s outdoor exploration
with a little more in-depth knowledge of the wetlands.
At Nature Cove, you can learn about the wetlands, its inhabitants,
and the issues threatening the ecosystem’s survival.
Find out what you can do to safeguard the wetlands near you. Or find
out what the wetlands can do for you if you’d like to pick up a new
hobby like landscape painting or nature photography.
Nature Cove is proudly sponsored by the Press Foundation of Singapore
and was officially opened by Professor Leo Tan, NParks Board Chairman,
on 4 Dec 2004.
Nature Cove is open to visitors from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily.