27 Jun '17, 4am

Wild Shores of Singapore: Beting Bronok slowly dying

Sandflies: the bane of our shores Sandflies are the beasts I most dread on the shore. I fear them even more than mosquitos. Why? Because I can't see or feel them when th... Chek Jawa is still alive! This is our first survey of the coral rubble area since Chek Jawa was hit by the 300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait six months ag... Beting Bronok slowly dying This shore is close to last week's an oil spill off Pengerang. Six months ago, there was a 300-tonne oil spill in the East Johor Strait... Stormy shores: the Sumatras Singaporeans who don't go out much are often surprised by violent weather. To the point that NEA actually has to issue a statement that ... Illegal fishing methods: cultural or criminal? A group of guys with cast nets and homemade spear guns, pulled out everything and anything from the water. They pulled out 20 or 30 fish in ...

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Wild Shores of Singapore: Pulau Sekudu is alive!

wildshores.blogspot.com 27 Jun '17, 4am

We return for our annual predawn survey of Pulau Sekudu aka Frog island, just off Changi and Pulau Ubin. And enjoyed a spe...