10th Raptor Watch

Every Oct, birds make their way from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere, coming as far as Russia and Siberia to land on our sunny island with some continuing further south to Indonesia and even Papau New Guinea. 

To keep track of their numbers and movements, Nature Society (Singapore)'s Bird Group has been observing and recording this for many years now. If you would like to join in to observe and appreciate this ancient migration or to help with the date collection, details about how you can get involved are found here.