|Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve in Singapore|
In 2002 Sungei Buloh, a big mangrove forest with a rich flora and fauna, was officially designated as a nature reserve.
|Long-tailed macaque in Bukit Timah National Park - Singapore|
The Long-tailed Macaque (macaca fascicularis) is to be found in a wide range of habitats. In Singapore it is the commonest primate.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Bukit Timah #01|
the mangrove forests and small islands along the coast of Singapore offer a natural environment with its own specific flora and fauna.
Present-day Singapore is a city with more than 3 million inhabitants and a forest of towering flats and office buildings.
|Nature Notes from Pulau Ubin, Singapore|
The rhythm of ebb and flood along the coast of Pulau Ubin makes it possible for mangrove forests and small and large flora and fauna to survive.
|Nature Notes from Singapore #04 birds|
Songbirds, birds of prey, seed-eaters, fruit-eaters, insectivores and other species of fowl.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Bukit Timah #05|
Rainforests are scarce and scarce things increase in value. In Singapore nature now has an economic value.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Bukit Timah #06|
n 1884 Bukit Timah became a national park and is the last place where you can see what Singapore used to look like.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Bukit Timah #07 birds|
Bukit Timah plays an important role in Singapore. For many plants and animals it is the last refuge on the island.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Sungei Buloh mangrove reserve|
Within a stone's throw from Singapore City we find the national park Sungei Buloh, a mangrove reserve.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Sungei Buloh|
Sungei Buloh was founded in 1989 and has an area of 87 hectares. It consists of salt meadows, mangrove forests, ponds and pastures.
|Nature Notes from Singapore - Sungei Buloh #10|
Sungei Buloh is an important stepping stone for migratory birds, who used it as a place of rest during their migrations.
|Nature Notes from Singapore #11|
At first sight, the urban environment of Singapore makes you think all birds are disappeared..
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|Bukit Timah National Park, Singapore|
|Long-tailed Macaque in Bukit Timah|
|Birds of Asia - Blue-faced Honeyeater - blauwwanghoningeter|
The Blue-faced Honeyeater is common in northern and eastern Australia and southern New Guinea
|Birds of Asia - Beo - Common Hill Myna - Gracula religiosa|
The Common Hill Myna is a member of the starling family (Sturnidae)The bird lives in hill regions of South Asia and Southeast Asia.
|orchid - orchidee - orchidea - orkide - 蘭花|
Singapore's National Orchid Garden opened on 20 October 1995.
|Birds of Asia - Smyrna Kingfisher - IJsvogel|
The white-throated kingfisher is a tree kingfisher which is widely distributed in south Asia from Turkey east to the Philippines.
|A home for me & honey - Baya Weaver - ploceus phillippinus|
The Baya Weaver's nest hangs from a branch. The nest is made out of strips of grass.
|Birds of Asia - Asian Fairy Bluebird - Irena puella|