Festival of Biodiversity 2016: Nature Encounter

Festival of Biodiversity 2016

Learn about Singapore’s wildlife at the Festival of Biodiversity 2016. Returning for its fifth edition, this year’s Festival is being held amongst the greenery at the Eco Lake Lawn, Singapore Botanic Gardens from 3 to 4 September.

Festival of Biodiversity 2016

A celebration of the community’s efforts to conserve Singapore’s natural heritage, the focus of this year’s Festival is on efforts to recover rare flora and fauna around Singapore. This is highlighted by exhibition display panels on Species Recovery and the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park at the Festival.

Beside the exhibition panels, be sure to visit the booths. At the booths, you can learn more about Singapore’s flora and fauna from those involved in their conservation. At OtterWatch, you can learn more about the two species of otters in Singapore. The Pangolin Story booth has posters about pangolins and the threats they face in Singapore.

OtterWatch Booth, Festival of Biodiversity 2016

Head to the Wildlife Reserves Singapore booth to learn more about Singapore’s native snakes. The National University of Singapore Toddycats and Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum are also presented, showcasing specimens from the museum’s collection.

Story continues below...


MUSIC & SCIENCE: Exciting Kids about Science for the Holidays


OUTING: Go on a Father's Day Baking Adventure




Wildlife Reserves Singapore Booth at Festival of Biodiversity 2016

There are many other booths to explore. These include booths by the Nature Society (Singapore), ACRES, Jan Goodall Institute Singapore, Cicada Tree Eco-place and more.

Also present are students from Community in Nature schools Hwa Chong Institution and Meridian Primary School. They are showcasing their projects to promote biodiversity in their schools and community.

Meridian Primary School at Festival of Biodiversity 2016

HCI

Naturecraft

Kids will enjoy the many free craft workshops and activities found at the Festival of Biodiversity 2016. Make a leaf-rubbing bookmark or a dragonfly craft. There is plenty for kids to do around the Festival tent.

Leaf-rubbing Bookmark Craft

Turning Tides

There are also colouring activities where kids learn about diverse flora and fauna found in Singapore.

Colouring

At the Nature Society (Singapore) booth, fold a paper origami piece that will be added a mixed media artwork, Bycatch.

Bycatch Mixed Media Installation

The NParks Festival of Biodiversity takes place from 9 am to 7 pm, 3 to 4 September, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Eco Lake Lawn.

Sharing is caring!
15 of the Best Outdoor Activities for Kids: Fun in the Sun Around Singapore

15 of the Best Outdoor Activities for Kids: Fun in the Sun Around Singapore

Observation, awareness and an active lifestyle - these are some of the benefits of outdoor activities for kids. Engaging in outdoor activities provides a...
The Music Scientist: A Musical Classroom that Engages Kids in Science

The Music Scientist: A Musical Classroom That Engages Kids In Science

We know the importance of our children learning science – it teaches them about the world and about themselves, and the endless possibilities it...

LOVE FOR LANGUAGE: Grow Your Child's Love for The Chinese Language


HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS: From Coding to the Creative Arts


PLAN YOUR NEXT HOLIDAY: Short Beach Getaways Close To Singapore


FEATURED LISTINGS

LATEST NEWS: From Little Day Out