23 Jun '17, 3pm

@sohkamyung Hi Kam-Yung, yes, do check out this link for more info on our biodiversity conservation efforts.

NParks announces that over 500 species have been discovered or rediscovered locally over the past five years 27 May 2017 48 new targets have been added to the species recovery programme The National Parks Board (NParks) announced that over 500 species have been discovered and rediscovered over the past five years in Singapore by NParks staff, research partners and naturalists. These species include both marine and terrestrial animals, plants including orchids, and insects. These discoveries were made during in-depth surveys, such as the Comprehensive Marine Biodiversity Survey, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve survey, as well as concerted efforts to survey Singapore’s nature reserves and nature areas in the past five years. The list of discoveries and rediscoveries includes a bee species that is potentially new to science, and a very rare orchid. A small carpenter bee of the...

Full article: https://www.nparks.gov.sg/news/2017/5/festival-of-biodive...

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nparks.gov.sg 04 Jul '17, 11pm

The City Biodiversity Index (CBI) or the Singapore Index on Cities’ Biodiversity (SI) is a self-assessment tool for cities...

[email protected] is considering making it easie...

npca.org 29 Jun '17, 5pm

Removed exemptions that allowed wells to operate without Park Service approval. About 60 percent of all wells in national ...