Vol 8 No 2 Apr-Jun 00
Less than 10 left in Singapore
Photo by Jimmy Chew
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nature lovers everywhere.
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Official Magazine of the Nature Society (Singapore)
Singapore's Biodiversity The precious remaining natural habitats
in Singapore are in jeopardy if urgent steps are not taken to preserve the
flora and fauna existing in these unique pockets of biodiversity. Lim
Kim Seng examines the issues and makes some recommendations.
Nature in the City Interest in nature is well and alive as a three-day "enviro-fest", organised by NSS, was anything to go by. Shawn Lum reports.
A Tale of Two Tailorbirds A fascinating eye-witness account of how the aptly-named Common Tailorbirds stitch their nests, with photos and diagrams. By Ong Kiem Sian.
A Showcase of Endangered Native Plants in Singapore Hugh T W Tan captures with his photo-lens the beauty of endangered native plant species of Singapore, with information on their status and uses.
Kakadu Kaleidoscope Wildlife abounds in the wetlands and woodlands of the vast Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage Site, located deep in Australia's Northern Territory. Tan Chung Lee goes in search of them.
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