Friday, 2 December 2016

Why nature is catching on as “the thing to do” these days

The love of nature is stronger than ever
Students attending a Love Our MacRitchie Forest walk in June. The walk is a free guided nature walk at the MacRitchie Forest, which is provided by NUS Toddycats. Photo: NUS Toddycats/Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Insects which were spotted at the Love Our MacRitchie Forest walk, which are free guided nature walks at the MacRitchie Forest provided by NUS Toddycats. Photo: NUS Toddycats/Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Insects which were spotted at the Love Our MacRitchie Forest walk, which are free guided nature walks at the MacRitchie Forest provided by NUS Toddycats. Photo: NUS Toddycats/Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Various animal life can be spotted during the Love Our MacRitchie Forest walk, which are free guided nature walks at the MacRitchie Forest provided by NUS Toddycats. An example is this Malayan Colugo (picture). Photo: NUS Toddycats/Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Participants at a Love Our MacRitchie Forest walk in May. The walk is a free guided nature walk at the MacRitchie Forest, which is provided by NUS Toddycats. Photo: NUS Toddycats/Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum

Chek Jawa at Pulau Ubin. Photo: Ria Tan/Wild Shores of Singapore

The rustic beauty of Pulau Ubin. Photo: Ria Tan/Wild Shores of Singapore

A panoramic view of Pulau Ubin and its jetty. Photo: Ria Tan/Wild Shores of Singapore

Henderson Waves. Photo: National Parks Board

Bird watching at Telok Blangah Hill Park. Photo: National Parks Board

Head up to Raptor Tower for a bird eye's view of Kranji Marshes. Photo: National Parks Board

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