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Birding Hotspot - Bidadari

Anyone headed in the direction of town along Upper Serangoon Road or Upper Aljunied Road may occasionally notice a little stretch of ‘jungle’ after passing the Woodleigh MRT station and some backdrop of flats. 748 more words

Singapore Avifauna

Breakthrough in White Nose Syndrome

We need bats, and this week scientists got one step closer to saving them from White-Nose Syndrome.

Insect predator.  Pollinator. Seed dispersal.  These are the main function of bats, functions we consider valuable, whether or not we admit it. 196 more words

Animals

NatSCA Digital Digest

Events

Now that the 2015 NatSCA Conference is over, the next conference for your diaries is Refloating the Ark: Connecting the public and scientists with natural history collections… 185 more words

Conference

All About Lions

Guess who just gave a fancy talk about Lion Project and Snapshot Serengeti!

Major props to TCS Expeditions and the Four Seasons giving me a chance to talk about our project and spend the day in such a beautiful resort. 11 more words

Life In The Field

The Seven Lakes Concert Series

Seven Lakes, Seven Concerts

The MLRC is excited to announce that beginning this summer, we will be expanding the Seven Lakes Music Festival into the Seven Lakes Concert Series. 39 more words

Conservation

Comito honored with National Wetlands Award in Washington, DC

Congratulations to ILF and Water Rocks! program director Dr. Jacqueline Comito, recognized with a 2015 National Wetlands Award for Education and Outreach!  The National Wetlands Award Ceremony was held this evening at the United States Botanic Garden in Washington, DC.   185 more words

Wandering Off the Trail: Arrogance, Cynicism and Bloodlust

The contest to kill an endangered black rhino has taken place, and an animal has been killed by a man who paid $350,000 for the “rights” to do so. 531 more words

Opinion