22 Aug (Sat): Talk on "When the Seas Explode Life!" by Dr Karenne Tun, NParks

A visual underwater spectacle that is rarely seen, this talk offers a vicarious experience for the annual phenomena that sustains and propagates our reef ecosystems. Through verses and visuals, our speaker will share her 18 years of documenting coral spawning in Singapore waters.

By Dr. Karenne Tun, Director / Biodiversity (Coastal & Marine), National Biodiversity Centre, NParks

22 Aug (Sat): 10.30am Singapore time (GMT +8)

Register to be part of the Zoom session (Limited slots!)
or stream the talk live on the NParksSG YouTube channel.

15 Aug (Sat): Talk on "Fishy Tales" by Dr Jeffrey Low, NParks

Wrasses and seahorses amongst reefs; iridescent angelfish in the deep seascape - this session will regale you with personal encounters beneath the waves. Who knows what more you may discover from these fishy tales?

By Dr. Jeffrey Low, Senior Manager / Biodiversity (Coastal & Marine), National Biodiversity Centre, NParks

15 Aug (Sat): 10.30am Singapore time (GMT +8)

Register to be part of the Zoom session (Limited slots!)
or stream the talk live on the NParksSG YouTube channel.

6 Aug (Thu): "Stories of Shared Heritage" at the Sisters' Islands Marine Park

Stakeholders of the Friends of the Marine Park at the Sisters Islands Marine Park come together to discuss "Stories of Shared Heritage"


The Sisters' Islands Marine Park with NParks and Mathilda D'Silva

Find out more about Singapore's amazing marine biodiversity and the work being done for them by agencies, scientists and volunteers. From the Sisters' Islands Marine Park, to the reef growing at Marina at Keppel Bay; sea turtles, corals and MORE!
More about Singapore's Sisters' Islands Marine Park and the future of Singapore's marine ecosystems with NParks and host, Mathilda D'Silva.

Video on facebook here.
For more details on what was discussed, check out the NParks website.

1 Aug (Sat): 2pm "All about horseshoe crabs in Singapore"

For kids, parents welcomed to join in! Lots of interactive activities throughout the session.
Learn about horseshoe crabs in Singapore! These enigmatic and curiously shaped critters have been around way before the dinosaurs roamed Earth, and have been nearly unchanged over 445 million years!

This engaging sharing about these almost “living fossils” is by Lester Tan, the lead of the horseshoe crab team in the Nature Society (Singapore). And brought to you by the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM).

Register here.

30 Jul (Thu): 8pm "The resilience of Singapore's marine biodiversity"

Stakeholders of the Friends of the Marine Park at the Sisters Islands Marine Park come together to discuss "Against All Odds: The resilience of Singapore's coastal and marine biodiversity"

23 Jul (Thu): 8pm "Sisters' Islands Marine Park: Our Living Classroom"

Stakeholders of the Friends of the Marine Park at the Sisters Islands Marine Park come together to discuss "Sisters' Islands Marine Park: Our Living Classroom"


Can marine life thrive in our crowded urban cities?

Marine life featured in our currency notes? Mass orgy in our waters? Globally extinct marine creature reappearing in Singapore?
How did a HDB dweller become a marine scientist in Singapore? Do you have to be a marine biologist to save Singapore's shores?

Find out these and more in this fascinating talk by Dr Neo Mei Lin!

More about Dr Neo and her work on her blog.

18 Jul (Sat): Draw marine favourites - for kids

Perfect for parents and kids! Join this interactive Zoom session to learn to draw a turtle, crocodile, jellyfish and crab. Kumuda Krovvidi, founder of Strokearts Studio will guide with step-by-step instructions. There's also a fun quiz about these animals.
This activity is by the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum (LKCNHM) with Strokearts Studio.

18 July (Sat) 2-3pm (including Q&A)

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/112398194024

16 Jul (Thu): 8pm "Striking a Balance – Responsible Recreation for Healthy Reefs"

Stakeholders of the Friends of the Marine Park at the Sisters Islands Marine Park come together to discuss "Striking a Balance – Responsible Recreation for Healthy Reefs".
Date: Thursday, July 16
Time: 8:00 pm Singapore time (GMT +8)
Duration: 1-hour session


16 Jul (Thu): Join a virtual dive in Singapore waters!

Join Dr Toh Tai Chong, co-founder of Our Singapore Reefs on a virtual dive in Singapore waters to see what lurks beneath! There's also a fun game to play!
And find out what the pufferfish, the tub and the card have to do with one another.

16 Jul (Thu) 8pm Singapore time (GMT+8)

Sign up here: tinyurl.com/sgstem20200716

11 Jul (Sat): "Sunny Islands Set in the Sea" by NParks

Did you know that Singapore has 63 offshore islands? Altogether, they boast a variety of coastal and marine habitats! From the shoreline to the sea floor, learn about the flora and fauna of these little green dots.
Presented by Mr. Jonathan Tan, Manager, Biodiversity (Coastal & Marine), National Biodiversity Centre. On 11 Jul (Sat) 10.30am Singapore time (GMT+8)