There were 5 guides for today's walk and we had 70 visitors with us for the walk (yes, I counted... from my photos). We took the group photo in 2 batches since the first group of visitors came early.
|Visitors batch 1|
|Visitors batch 2|
When we arrived at Chek Jawa, we were greeted by 7 wild boar piglets feeding. It was strange that we did not see mama pig nearby.
|7 hungry piglets|
|Some ate till tired|
|Sharing about the rubber tree.|
The children alerted me to the insects flying around the flower of the nipah plam. I took the opportunity to share with them how important these insects are in pollinating flowers, which allows the plant to produce fruits and/or seeds.
There wasn't much activity in the mangrove. The crabs and mudskippers were not active today. We didn't get to climb the Jejawi tower as the entrance was cordoned off. However we did manage to see a mangrove crab, a few fiddler crabs and some mudskippers.
Over at Kok Sheng's group, they had a wonderful time as they saw the otters swimming, young water monitor lizard, hornbills feeding and a snake. How lucky the group is.
At the end of the walk, the visitors were invited to pen for the guest book.
|The children in my group working on their drawings.|
Over at the Changi Point Ferry Terminal, a cat is trying to cool down in a funny manner. It looks like repairing the wheels of the barricade.
Read about what the other guides saw:
Kok Sheng - God's Wonderful Creation
Ria Tan - Wild shores of singapore