As usual, the public greatly appreciated the intertidal walks. With many sharing their photos on the Marine Park facebook group.
|Photo by Stanley Chee.|
|Photo by Richard Kuah.|
|Photo by Lisa Lim.|
There's amazing sightings too, diving at the Sisters Island Marine Park!
Artificial reef at the Marine Park
From the Straits Times: "The new reef structure installed on Thursday will provide new substrate for corals to attach to and grow, mimicking the natural coral reef habitats observed around Singapore. After they are installed, they will be monitored through research initiatives coordinated by NParks which will involve various marine interest groups."
Here's more glimpses of the event by NParks.
As the structure was put in place, an Eagle ray leaped out of the water!
Friends of the Marine Park
The Friends of the Marine Park unveiled their logo, and the last meeting for 2018 was held at the islands. Here's more about what happened.
More about the Marine Park
More about guided walks at the Sisters' Islands Marine Park on the NParks website.
More about what to expect at a guided walk.
Why should I visit with an experienced and trained guide? Why are places limited on a public walk? Which other shores are accessible to the public? and more in this wildsingapore page.
More about volunteering with the Sisters Islands Marine Park.
Catch up with all the happenings at the Marine Park through the Sisters' Islands Marine Park facebook page. You can share your encounters, ideas and thoughts for the Marine Park here. Photos in this blog post are from those who shared on this facebook page. Thank you!