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Hi folks,
This might not be exactly about birds, but I thought I
should share with you this interesting blog where one of our
active nature lovers is "pulling" all the "wild people" of
Singapore together.

You will get to enjoy and have the insight to the nature
activities in Singapore.(^^) 

Have fun!


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