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Fri 29 Oct 2004

Try your hand at nature guiding!

Category : marine

Clueless about the mangroves? But determined to contribute to nature?
Try Station or Group Guiding during the Sungei Buloh Anniversary Walk!

During this course, you will learn enough to guide at one station. With the help of some props, humour and just eight hours of training, you will contribute as part of a dynamic team!

On 5th December Station Guides will help convey the treasures of the mangroves at Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve to the public in an easy and enjoyable way.

Group Guides, chatty people who will learn the route, get to know all the station guides well and pick up an overview of the mangroves will bring the public from station to station.

This is the 8th year we have been conducting the Sungei Buloh Anniversary Walk, in conjunction with, well, the birthday of the reserve as well as mine!

Training and guiding dates:
Sat 20 Nov: 2pm - 6pm (content training)
Sun 28 Nov: 9am - 1pm (guiding techniques)
Sun 05 Dec: 1pm- 6pm (actual event)

If you are interested, and can make it all three dates, send an email to: bulohguide@sivasothi.com

Please include you:
1. Full name
2. Handphone number
3. Station Guide or a Group Guide?

You will receive a reply.

Posted at 12:22PM UTC by N. Sivasothi | permalink | email | Raffles Museum news