My Act for Nature was the creation of a local biodiversity-themed game show, inspired by a question I kept asking myself: how can I make learning about our local wildlife fun and engaging? I decided on this idea as game show formats, like those we see on television, seemed inherently engaging and exciting. I reasoned … Continue reading Act for Nature: Biodiversity Game Show
I probably first encountered Singapore's long-tailed macaques when I was a child, during my family trips to the nature parks and reserves. In secondary school and junior college, I saw the macaques more frequently as my Co-Curricular Activity (CCA) trained regularly at MacRitchie Reservoir. Over the past few years, I came to recognise and appreciate … Continue reading Reflections: BQLive with a JGIS Volunteer Guide
What an insightful Saturday morning! I had signed up for this event to learn about nature education and outreach in Singapore. More specifically, I wanted to know how to talk to people about nature and animals, believing it was a way to get them concerned about the environmental crisis. Unexpectedly, wildlife educator Cyrena shared so … Continue reading Reflections: BQLive with a Wildlife Educator
Who says you can't go birdwatching without leaving your house? On the Sunday morning of April 26th, I woke up a bit earlier than usual to take part in the BFF Big Birdwatch. I had invited my mum to join me, knowing she had a casual interest in bird watching and was a natural early-riser. … Continue reading BFF Big Birdwatch – from home!