wild adventure goes on!!
this is my last entry on the NDP 04 Moblog...
Every day is National Day!
wild people, EVERY DAY is National Day :-)
We never cease celebrating our nation's wondrous natural treasures.
Our exciting work has been and continues to go on regardless.
Join us on this adventure, to learn and explore our wild places...
person CAN make a difference for nature in Singapore
Volunteering for our wild places: as
a nature guide or in other ways
Contributing to our wild causes: Southern
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The photo above was taken on Chek Jawa on New Year's Eve 2001,
just after reclamation was deferred. Those in the photo include
volunteers, researchers and ordinary visitors just who happened to be
by grayowl Posted on 31/08/04 12:17
Hello dear Ria, kum siah, dall chej, terima kasih, thank you, arigatou,
Vielen Dank, Merci, nandri ... for the wonderful and I know tiring
but probably inspiring tasks for this month! The ripples of your
efforts, I am sure, are moving out in waves, touching many people's
lives. I am sure all of us appreciate what you have done, that probably
no one else has come close (^^) Your Blog will live on in our minds,
and certainly help made many minds in what they want to do for Singapore!
Posted by AhMal Posted on 31/08/04 21:50 I will miss your
most passionate updates, Ria. Cheers!
Posted by grayowl Posted on 01/09/04 10:19 Yes.
Now suffering from withdrawal syndrome. (^^)
Posted by Huziah Posted on 01/09/04 16:19
Dearest Ria The end of this NDP moblogging doesn't mean we will
not meet again. I have planned a series of nature trails with my
family and colleagues, we will surely bumped into each other again
among the snails and spiders and beautiful little creatures you
have passionately introduced to us. I don't think I can ever keep
up with your energy and spirit of volunteering. Thank you Ria for
all your comments and support to my Cause to. See you soon!
Posted by Ria Posted on 01/09/04 18:44
I'm so touched by all your heartfelt comments. Yes certainly, our
work doesn't end with NDP moblogging.
I've just come back from the last of our super low tide morning
trips for the year. I've had a twinge of sadness not to share them
on the blog. But rest assured, the photos wil make their appearance
on www.wildsingapore.com, though perhaps not as immediately as on
the blog. And now, I am able to focus on my primary objectives:
to complete the guidebook on our shores and guidesheets for the
It will be lovely to meet up with all of you, especially in the
wonderful wild places that we all so love. Meanwhile, any major
developments and events in our wild places and my wild projects
will be announced through the free e-newsletter wildsingapore. Evening
tides resume in Oct and so will our work on the shores. Meanwhile,
we can re-new our work on the terrestrial wild places...which means
furry mammals and fabulous forests :-)
So do sign up if you'd like to be kept informed of our wild adventures;
or just drop by the www.wildsingapore.com website now and then.
Bless you all.