A bandit in the dark, armoured with its three dark stripes Its body long and sleek, ready to strike Then it spots its favourite delight A fruit so ruby red and ripe Defecating the fruits’ seeds, what a fine seed disperser it is alright! Then horror strikes when a ‘special’ ability comes to sight “Kopi … Continue reading Act for Nature- a poem on Common Palm Civet and its associated coffee trade
I enjoyed reading the preparational resources that have been put up by the BFF team prior to the birdwatch. As someone new to birdwatching I liked how it comprehensively covers multiple ways of identifying a bird, inclusive of knowing its distinct calls! Although it takes awhile to be familiar with the materials, it is rewarding … Continue reading BFF Big Birdwatch!
My chosen reptile is the Xenopeltis Unicolor, commonly known as the Sunbeam Snake. What caught my attention was its iridescent scales which shines magnificently under the light. It is native to Singapore (Nparks, n.d) and can also be found in other parts of Southeast Asia and Indonesia (Inaturalist, n.d). It is a fully terrestrial species … Continue reading Sunbeam Snake
Chestnut Nature Park holds a special place in my heart as it was where I first planted trees in Singapore back in 2019. The community spirit and joy displayed by members of public carrying out acts of service for nature left me touched and inspired. Since, habitat enhancement activities appealed to me, thus choosing to … Continue reading More than just a day of weeding