One of the few places in present day Singapore that I am able to find myself at home in is the Sembawang area along the northern coast. It is an area which has in the last two and a half … Continue reading
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Yellow-Vented Bulbuls, usually in pairs, can be seen dancing through the Simpoh Air trees every morning along Sungei Sembawang ….