At the meeting point, we are welcomed by several friendly dogs! So sorry, we have no doggy food for you!
Onch slugs on the shore. I get a pot full of them in no time.
Plain anemone that we sometimes see on our other shores. This sea anemone has yet to be identified!
Stargazer waspfish or Mangrove waspfish? We also found a little mudskipper and other small fishes.
Check out her photos on facebook.
Tropical Marine Science Institute tells us more about our finds, and explains more about the purpose of the Survey.
Another satisfying survey with lots of exciting finds!
Other posts about this trip
- Rene on facebook with volunteers at work and what we found.
There's more work to be done after the field session, to process, sort and identify all these fascinating creatures. Look out for more news on how you can help out in this as well.
Upcoming trips for the rest of the year have been announced on the mailing list for registered volunteers. To join us, register your interest in this form and you'll be invited to join the mailing list to receive updates on the Survey and sign up for Survey activities.
Also check out our FAQs for more about the Survey.
To find out more about our common mangrove wildlife, check out the online Guide to the Mangroves of Singapore and the wildsingapore wild fact sheets.