Re: RFI Singapore

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Subject: Re: RFI Singapore
From: "Steve Potter" <>
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 06:55:20 +0930
Hi Duan

The only spot I have seen is McRitchie Reservoir reserve in the centre of
Singapore. A great spot for birding but on the weekend is busy (as with
everywhere in Singa's) with people doing Tai Chi, running etc. There is a
patch of forest that is great for Racquet-tailed Drongos. Also Orioles,
Sunbirds, Sea-eagles etc. Follow the path around to the Golf Course which
has some good birding also.

I am actually heading there next week and plan to visit (as the others have
said) Sungei Buloh Nature Park (up North - opens at 7.30am, 7.00 on weekends
according to the site , Bukit Timah Nature Reserve (in the
centre across from McRitchie) and Pulau Ubin (to the east). Possibly Fort
Canning Reserve if I have time. Oh and the Botanical Gardens.

I have 2 days on the way to Indonesia and 2 days on the way back. I'll let
you know how I go un less you have already headed off.


Steve Potter

Subject:  RFI Singapore
From:  "Duan Biggs" <  HYPERLINK ""
Date:  Wed, 20 Jun 2007 09:20:40 +0200
Dear all,

I have a few days layover on a trip to South Africa next week. I would 
appreicate any suggestions on:

1. Good birding spots in Singapore - details and logistics
2. Which field guide to get - are these available in Singapore>

I thank you in advance for your response.

Kind regards,

Duan Biggs

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