• The 34th Singapore Bird race – a race for migratory birds

    The Singapore Bird Race is one of the longest-running and most established events organised by the Nature Society (Singapore). The first ever bird race was organised by the Nature Society in 1984, and it has been organised every subsequent year since, giving the Singapore Bird Race an impressive history of 34 years. Recognising that Singapore […]

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  • 34th Singapore Bird Race

    Bringing people and nature together by bird watching and photography The 34th Singapore Bird Race is going to be held on 11 November 2018 in Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserves (Flyway Network Site, EAAF073). The bird race is organized by Nature Society (Singapore), in partnership with Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserves and Friends of Buloh. This bird […]

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  • Singapore

    Republic of Singapore EAAFP Member since: 2006 Number of EAAFP Flyway Network Sites: 1 Focal Point Contact: Mr. How Choon Beng (EAAFP Management Committee Vice Chair) Director of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, National Parks Board, Singapore Email: how_choon_beng@nparks.gov.sg Tel: + 65 67941404 Singapore has been a Partner since 2006 (MoP1). It now has 1 Flyway […]

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  • SUNGEI BULOH WETLAND RESERVE CONDUCTS INAUGURAL WETLAND MANAGEMENT COURSE UNDER THE SINGAPORE COOPERATION PROGRAMME

    Mendis Tan,  Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, National Parks Board On 25 to 29 September 2017, Center For Urban Greenery and Ecology (CUGE) and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR) conducted a Wetland Management course, supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, led by trainers from SBWR (Chua Yen Kheng, David Li and Yang Shufen), NBC (Linda Goh) with […]

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  • A short report on the EAAFP MOP9, Singapore

    Spike Millington, Chief Executive, EAAFP Secretariat After months of preparation, EAAFP MOP9 finally took place on 11-15 January 2017 at the Copthorne King’s Hotel in Singapore. Of the 35 Partners, 31 attended the meeting, including representatives from all country Partners, with up to 110 participants all told. The Partner certificate was received by Hanns Seidel […]

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  • Singapore hosts two migratory bird events for the first time

    9 January 2017 Today Online For the first time, Singapore is hosting two events aimed at protecting migratory birds that use a major pathway called the East Asian-Australasian Flyway (EAAF). On the agenda: The protection of a critically endangered shorebird called the Spoon-billed Sandpiper, of which an estimated 150 breeding pairs are left in the […]

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  • Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative: East Asian-Australasian Flyway Workshop to be held in Singapore on side of EAAFP MOP9

    Ding Li Yong, AMBI-EAAF coordinator In collaboration with Singapore’s National Parks Board  and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and with the support of the Royal Norwegian Embassy (Singapore), EAAFP Partner, the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) will organize the Arctic Migratory Birds Initiative (AMBI)-East Asian-Australasian Flyway Workshop from 7-9 January 2017. The AMBI-EAAF workshop […]

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  • Singapore students visited Seocheon, Republic of Korea, as part of Flyway Sister Sites and Sister Wetland Affiliations Programme

    Mr. Mohamad Azlin, National Parks Board, Singapore As part of the Sister Wetland Affiliations Programme and Flyway Sister Sites activity, linking Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR) and Geum River Estuary of Seocheon County, a group of 22 students and three teachers from River Valley High School embarked on a one-week exchange programme to the Republic […]

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  • Singapore Intertidal Zone Conservation Symposium

    A two-day Symposium on Intertidal Conservation in Southeast Asia was held at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR) in Singapore on 12-13 June 2014, co-hosted by BirdLife International, the National Parks Board, the National University of Singapore’s Asia Pacific Centre for Environmental Law (APCEL/NUS), and the Nature Society of Singapore. The Symposium aimed to raise awareness […]

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  • South Korea and Singapore Become Sister Sites under EAAFP

    Seocheon County in South Korea and the National Parks Board of Singapore signed a Memorandum of Understanding between Yubu Island Tidal Flat and Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve on 20th September 2012 in Singapore with support from the EAAFP Secretariat. Both are Network sites of EAAFP. The authorities agree to collaborate in joint research on migratory […]

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