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Saturday, 12 October 2013

Chek Jawa Wetlands, Pulau Ubin Island, Singapore; a wildlife paradise

A short boat ride from Singapore links to Pulau Island.

You might get to see a White-bellied Sea Eagle, below.

A magnificent boardwalk passes through a Mangrove wetland area, which is full of mud lobster mounds.

Numerous information displays are superb.

After the Mangroves, the boardwalk leads across the mudflats and around the coast.

Mudskipper fish and Fiddler crabs can be seen at low tide.

Binoculars would have been handy to observe the birds on the exposed sandbanks.
A monitor lizard is exciting to observe!
Pulau Ubin Island, Singapore is truly a wildlife paradise. Click  for more info'.  There are other habitats to explore there in addition to the coastal areas.

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