Special edition Singapore shores guidesheets!

'Singapore got marine life, meh?'  The Southern and Northern shores guidesheets introduce ordinary people to Singapore's amazing marine life.
Pasir  tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs, Mar 2018
At the Naked Hermit Crab walk at Pasir Ris
The marine community how has brand new copies of these guidesheets to give out during our marine outreach work!

If you would like copies to give out at your marine event, do contact Ria Tan hello@wildsingapore.com


First to receive the guidesheets, participants at the IYOR workshop on reefs by Lepak in SG held at St John's Island National Marine Laboratory yesterday.
Photo by Ho Xiang Tian
They were also given out during the Naked Hermit Crab free family tour at Pasir Ris mangrove boardwalk the same day.
Pasir  tour with the Naked Hermit Crabs, Mar 2018
Great for starting conversations about our shores.
The guidesheets contains lots photos of our marine life with snippets of information. Each has a map of the area and also includes stories about some of our shores that ordinary people can visit. The guidesheets include tips on how to be a gentle visitor and how to make a difference for our wild shores.
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The Southern guidesheet covers Labrador Park, Sentosa, Kusu Island, St. John's Island, Pulau Semakau, Pulau Hantu, and The Sisters Islands Marine Park! It also features diving in Singapore thanks to photos provided by Debby Ng of the Hantu Bloggers, and Our Singapore Reefs. As well as the Blue Water Volunteers who were involved from the first print of the guidesheet in 2004. And the work of TeamSeagrass. Thanks to Jonathan Tan, it also includes an awesome photo of a wild dolphin!
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The Northern guidesheet covers Pasir Ris Park, Pulau Ubin and Chek Jawa, Pulau Sekudu, and Changi. The Northern guidesheet features the outreach work of the Naked Hermit Crabs as well as TeamSeagrass.
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This edition of the guidesheets are specially provided for International Year of the Reef (IYOR) 2018, and kindly supported by the National Research Foundation Singapore and wildsingapore. Thanks to Dr Neo Mei Lin for making it happen.

If you would like copies to give out at your marine event, do contact Ria Tan hello@wildsingapore.com

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