Migratory Bird Walk & Field Lecture

Date : 10 Nov 2019
Time : 7.15am to 10.30am
Location : Meet at the Dairy Farm Carpark at 7.15 am.

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

World Migratory Bird Day may be over, but bird migration is still underway!  And among our migrant arrivals, land birds tend to be overlooked.  Singapore receives well over 40 species of hawks, warblers, flycatchers, robins and cuckoos each year.  Many of these land birds would have flown in from as far north as the boreal forests of Siberia.  On this walk at the Dairy Farm Nature Park, Dr. Yong Ding Li will talk about the journeys taken by these migratory land birds, while aiming to spot new arrivals such as the Asian Brown Flycatcher, Arctic and Eastern Crowned Warblers, Japanese Sparrowhawk, and with luck, one of three possible Paradise Flycatchers. 

Meeting Point
Meet at the Dairy Farm Carpark at 7.15am. 

Please register with Ding Li at

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