The society forges participation and collaboration in local, regional and international efforts in preserving Earth’s biodiversity.
Biodiversity surveys are conducted by members of the Nature Society (Singapore) with considerable experience in their respective areas of specialization. Birds, Butterflies, Intertidal, Marine, Plants and Vertebrates survey methods followed procedures that are typically employed and tailored to the respective organisms studied, to ensure that the findings give a representative view of the current species diversity, including our recommendations on habitat management, species propagation to maintain the integrity and sustainability of nature areas.
The nature conservation plans, proposals and biodiversity works and reports we have produced and conducted over the last two decades include:
The Green Corridor – To Keep the Railway Lands as a Continuous Green Corridor (Proposal)
The Horsehoe Crab Research and Tracking Survey in the Strait of Johor (Report)
Eco Link Survey in enhancing Birds and Vertebrates crossing between Bukit Timah and Central Catchment Reserve (Report)
Flora, Fauna and Intertidal Biodiversity Survey on Sentosa Island (Report)
Feedback on the Singapore Green Plan 2012 (Comments & Recommendations)
Nature Conservation area at Sungei Buloh (Proposal)
Vertebrate Survey at Pulau Ubin (Report)
Fauna Study at Sentosa (Report)
Conservation for South Simpang (Proposal)
Conservation for Pulau Ubin (Proposal)
Master Plan for the Conservation of Nature in Singapore (Plan)
Conservation for Kranji Heronry and Marshes (Proposal)