Mangrove Mystery Nature Trail 2020

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On a sunny December morning, Nature Guiding led student participants to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve to explore the rich biodiversity in its mangroves, mudflats, ponds and forests. Since this was the migratory period, there were opportunities to catch sightings of rarer shorebirds, in addition to spotting the native species.

Participants were split into five groups: Team Monitor Lizard, Team Painted Stork, Team Buffy Fish Owl, Team Shore Pit Viper and Team Tree-Climbing Crab. Each group had a Nature Guide from the portfolio, who played a crucial role in revealing the hidden treasures of the landscape!

“Outside long enough, I lose the contours of my body and become part of something larger.”

Camille T. Dungy in “A Good Hike”