Initially, I had wanted to make a video of reactions to raise awareness on the public's perception towards biodiversity in Singapore, however, considering how most people my age are currently busy studying for block test, I could only down-scale to a simple kahoot and try it on my parents. This was how it went 😀 … Continue reading Getting adults to try a Kahoot… :3
While understanding wildlife is important, the bridge to connect wildlife and people is just as crucial in achieving peace between wildlife and humans. That was why I immediately signed up for this talk when I read the title, because I really wanted to hear how a Wildlife Educator would be that bridge between the two. … Continue reading Just thoughts..
Hello! I decided to come up with a more fun way to present my findings, so here's a mini infographic 🙂 Original photo by Melvyn Yeo In case that was too colourful, here is a table of all the important information! Native or introduced? Native (first described in 1963!) Habitat Forest floor Natural Diet … Continue reading Introducing the Black-eyed Litter Frog
Before this, my knowledge of the plants we have in our secondary forests remained as that—knowledge. It was much limited to the identification of common species we see along the Green Corridor or in our nature parks, but I didn’t really give much thought into it. After all, they were just trees, shrubs and climbers. … Continue reading A morning in Chestnut Nature Park