Date/Time: Sunday, 20 Feb’22 at 8.30am (8.30 – 1130am)
Meeting Place: See you at the tortoise pond in front of the public toilet, at Punggol Road end at 8.30am.
Note: Group will commence walk at 8.45am.
Coney Island, also known as Pulau Serangoon, is a 133-hectare island located off the north-eastern coast of Singapore within the town of Punggol, between Pulau Ubin to its northeast and the mainland to its southwest.
Managed by the National Parks Board, the nature park is home to a wide variety of habitats, including coastal forests, grasslands and mangroves. Butterflies, birds and squirrels make Coney Island their home in Singapore. With over 80 species of birds on the island, it’s not hard to catch a glimpse of these creatures busy at work in their natural habitat. Spot the baya weaver weaving nests from flowering Acacia trees, keep an ear out for the oriental magpie-robin’s melodies or watch parakeets across the forest canopies.
What to wear / bring: Wear light and covered shoes. Bring water and snacks. Umbrella or poncho in case of rain.
Fee: Free for SAC members, non-members pay $5.
Note: Social distancing required and group of 5 to be maintained and wear your mask.
Registration: Please text the organiser to register.
Guide / First Aider/Group leader: Peter Ng (Tel: 89381055)