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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It seems like it not just us humans that visit Gurney Drive in George Town in search of good food ….
Intermediate Egrets are a common sight on Sungei Sembawang, together with the more common Little Egrets, Striated Herons, Black-Crowned Nignt Heron
Small Herons such as the Striated Heron and Black-Crown Night Heron are seen perched on the trees that line the banks of Sungei Sembawang.
Intermediate Egrets seen around the Bukit Batok area on 19 Dec 2009 …
The Sungei Sembawang area used to be a swamp which was filled up to build the Sembawang housing estate in the 1990s, and served as a breeding ground for the resident marsh birds such as the Grey Heron, Striated Heron, … Continue reading