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BOTANICAL GARDENS
Last Nature Call for Bidadari
Japanese Garden
Flying Lemur's many faces

WINS BRONZE MEDAL AT THE INTERNATIONAL BOOK PUBLISHERS AWARD 2015 AND HONORABLE MENTION AT GREEN BOOK FESTIVAL 2015
Book reviews (1), (2) (3)


WIAC highlights the oft-hidden wonders of Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve (SBWR), a mangrove ecosystem located in the north-western part of Singapore. The author piques the reader's interest in this little-known area with stunning images of the migratory birds and other denizens of the mangrove swamp. Vivid colours of the flora and fauna, captured in the more than 360 photographs, bringing a seemingly dull mangrove habitat to life.
Making of the book on SBWR, Book Review

LOCATIONS (OVERSEAS)
NATURE IN MALAYSIA
BORNEO SABAH
Fraser Hills
Cameron/Genting
XMAS ISLAND
Thai escapades
Phu Khieo W S
KKC rocks
Doi Lang & Doi Ang Kang
Si Phung Nga
National Park

Galapagos Animals &
Birds
Mt Bromo
Panti
update & Whiskered treeswift




Banded Pitta (female)

SINGAPORE'S SPLENDOUR -LIFE ON THE EDGE WON GOLD IN 'LIVING NOW - EVERGREEN' IN NATURE CONSERVATION!!

*Book conveys the fragility of the heritage and offers hope when all seem lost

BIRDS
Barred Eagle-owl
A Feast at Bidadari
Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker

Bee-eaters
Blue- winged & Mangrove Pitta
Copper-throated
Sunbird
Fire tuff Barbet at FH
Pin-tailed Whydah
Barbet
at Simei
Partridges
Banded Kingfisher
Rufous-backed KF &
Red-bearded
Blue-bearded Bee eater


BOOK LAUNCH
BORNEO'S TROPICAL EDEN - SABAHUnique book that allows you to journey with the author to the different habitats of Sabah and marvel at nature. A feat that took 10 years to complete. Lots of sweat, some tears and some blood lost. Mission near impossible.

* Brilliant photography, compendious captions and gripping text

LOVE OF NATURE ?
Many people profess a love for nature but have not the faintest idea of how to behave. There are those who visit the Nature Reserves and they speak loudly or make lots of noise eg switching on their radios, clapping their hands, etc.). Photographers who harm nature (restraining animals, getting too close) in their photoshoots and who arrogantly demand that their images are more important than their subjects... (Read more)

IPPY BOOK AWARDS 2005
The "IPPY" Awards, launched in 1996, was designed to bring increased recognition to the deserving but often unsung titles published by independent authors and publishers.


* "Honorable Mention" in the Environment /Ecology/Nature category

BOOK AWARDS
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITIONS
1. Winner of CIAG 2012
"Vision for Tomorrow" won the Grand Prize in the "City in A Garden Photographic" contest in 2012
2. Winner of Nikon/Fox Channel Photo Competition 2013
(trip to the Galapagos)

left: Tige Shrike, Black Baza
below: Black-backed Kingfisher, Jade Green Snail, Common Posy

WILD ENCOUNTERS
Flight of the White-bellied Sea-eagle
The ever inscrutable Nightjar
Rare appearance of the Black Bittern
Rare encounter with the Striped Kukri (see more)
Night photography

NESTING OF GREY HERONS
Bird nesting season is almost over and is not surprising that orb-web spiders are less visible as many had become fodder for the developing chicks of smaller birds. A number of Grey Herons nesting at Pasir Ris testifies to the importance of preserving our mangrove habitats. See more.


WADERS AT SBWR
It is the start of the migrating season for waders. Tried looking for the reported sighting of the Asian Dowitcher but wiithout success. Instead, had to be contended with the Ruddy Turnstone. The mangrove Shore Pit Viper and Oriental Whipsnake provided some distraction. See more
KINGFISHERS GALORE
A number of Kingfishers are found at water areas and parks. Some have identifiable loud, piercing calls. Common seen are the White-throated, Stork-billed, Collared and Common Kingfishers. The forest Blue-eared Kingfisher is a rare sight. The Black-capped Kingfiher remains elusive. See More

As more land are set aside for our Parks and Gardens, butterflies are increasingly making their presence fellt. Looking forward to the opening of the "Gardens by the Bay". It will be a dream for nature lovers, birders and photographers. See more


CENTRAL CATCHMENT (FAUNA & FLORA)
Wood scorpion with babies
Rare Stick Insect
Super Macro

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