Steve Sass <>
Tue, 12 Nov 2013 08:45:18 +1100
I hear Jurong Bird Park is also a treat if you have time and don't mind captive
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> On 12 Nov 2013, at 8:32 am, "Wilsons" <> wrote:
> Hi all
> I will be in Singapore for work next week but for once I will have a full
> free day (Saturday) to do some birding rather than my usual problem of trying
> to sneak in some quick sessions in the short gaps between daylight hours and
> office hours. I've been looking at various sites on the net, including NSS
> Singapore (no outing that weekend), to work out places to go and I'm thinking
> that two areas probably worth focusing on are :
> Sungei Buloh
> Central Catchment/MacRitchie Reservoirs
> I think getting to SB is straightforward, but is it easy to get from one to
> the other (or is taxi the best option)? Any recommended areas specifically at
> Central Catchment/MacRitchie as it seems there are several associated parks
> in the area.
> Sunday morning (also free until about 10:30) I'll go to the Botanic Gardens
> if I'm feeling up for it - been there before but it's very pleasant.
> What state of tide works best for Sungei Buloh? The day I have free the tide
> is low at 7:30am (as centre opens) and high at 1:30pm. From what I've read,
> ideally I think I'd want to be there 1st thing before it gets too busy.
> I'm also going to look at birding pals to see who may be around but if
> anybody has a pal they have been out with before that they'd recommend I'm
> all ears.
> Tom Wilson
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