The Bird Group of Nature Society (Singapore) was selected by the Singapore Land Authority as one of 16 pioneer public, private and NGO sectors to provide precise location maps for online information which covers a range of topics such as public services, land queries, entertainment, family, culture as well as nature. This was a great opportunity for the Society to reach out to the public in promoting nature appreciation and bird watching. Eco-tourists will also find it a breeze to get to some of the best nature sites and to know the kind of habitats and wildlife to expect there.
Local birdwatching hotspots are grouped under various habitats. A click on a selected habitat, e.g. grassland, with open up a list of hotspots to choose from. Clicking on a particular hotspot will produce maps and directions to go there, and more clicks will open up more information and photographs on the areas and the flora and fauna that can be found there.
The bird watching map can be accessed via this link: http://www.wildbirdsingapore.nss.org.sg/Default.aspx.