Wild Biodiversity Field Study Camp

(St. John's Island)

(This programme is temporarily unavailable. Do check back for updates.)

These are three to five days local field study camps, where students have a chance to live together and explore the various habitats on St. John's Island.


During the course of the camp, students will get to explore the sandy and rocky shores, coastal and mangrove habitats and learn more about their inhabitants. Staying over on St. John's Island allows for exploration at night where participants will experience a guided walk in the dark, searching for creatures of the night. Components of the field study camp can be tailored to suit your needs. You can find out more about St. John's Island here.

For more information on field study camps, please contact:

Ms Tammy Lim
Scientific Officer
Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
National University of Singapore
Email: nhmlimt@nus.edu.sg

 

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