A Wagler’s Pit Viper (Tropidolaemus wagleri) that was seen on our Herp Walk.
We got rained out of our last walk, but we’re back! After an invigorating Festival of Biodiversity, we’re eager to share even more about our native herps and why they should be conserved! This time, we’re teaming up with Little Green Men, a group dedicated to making the world a more eco-friendly place!
In an effort to promote an awareness of Singapore’s natural and historical heritage, and to promote conversations amongst Singaporeans, the HSS has begun the Herp Walk! We want to raise awareness, in particular, about Herps! These misunderstood creatures are often thought of as scary or unnecessary. But we want to show Singaporeans that Herps are important and integral to the Singaporean ecosystem! So join us for this walk.
This walk will take place on Sunday, 18 September 2016, 8.00AM-12.00PM
Come down for a leisurely stroll along Treetop Walk. Let the guides regale you with tales about the natural history and transformation of the entire area. Learn about this green space in your very own backyard! If you’re lucky, you might get to see some of our scaly friends! So don’t wait! Register at this link