|The site is set
up for a layman introduction to our more common marine life.
It also hopes to help nature guides in their work, with a special
section for nature guides.
This site is an 'upgrade' of the Chek Jawa online guide that was launched
in 2003 to support the Chek Jawa guidebook. That online guide was
set up to include all the information and photos that could not fit
into the guidebook.
Since then, I have been visiting many other other shores and have
been amazed by the rich shorelife. In preparation for a broader guidebook
to all our shores, I have set up the new Wild FactSheets online guide
to showcase Singapore's shorelife. It is a work in progress and pages
will be continuously added and updated.
The focus is on marinelife on the intertidal. But hopefully, as I
have more time and information, I hope to add factsheets about our
other wild stuff, subtidal and terrestrial.
Use of materials and photos on this site:
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purposes can be arranged for a donation that supports nature conservation
and education. This includes citing the checklists in publications
and other work.
Free use is permitted for educators using the material in a classroom
setting or non-commercial educational activities, students using this
material for school assignments, personal websites, screen savers.
For such uses, please acknowledge the source (www.wildsingapore.com)
and copyright holder (Ria Tan), adding a link to this site (www.wildsingapore.com/wildfacts/)
And do let me know so that I can add a link to your site too.
This site would not have been possible without the kind and generous
support of many people. I gratefully acknowledge
them, but all errors and omissions are entirely mine.
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if you have any thoughts, comments and ideas to share. I would be
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