Butterfly Walk at Bukit Brown

Date : 17 Apr 2021
Time : 9am - 11.30am
Location : Bukit Brown

NSS Members only - Registration Needed

A cemetery that was estimated to have 100,000 tombs within 86 hectares of secondary forest and semi-open landscape. The cemetery was named after George Henry Brown, a British trader and proprietor at Collyer Quay in the 1850s. As we walk by the tombs, you can expect to see butterfly species that feed on grasses and herbs like the Blue Pansy, Striped Albatross and Common Grass Yellow, as well as forest-dependent butterfly species such as the Banded Line Blue, Common Palmfly, Common Rose, Commander and Horsfield’s Baron.

Meeting Point
Meet at 9:00am just beyond the gates of the cemetery on Lorong Halwa (off Kheam Hock Road; refer to photo found in Registration Form). The walk will end at about 11:30am.

Things to Bring
Bring a hat, water, and binoculars or a camera with good zoom if you have. Contact: Kang Min (93823462)

Max. No. of Participants
7 pax

Register your interest to attend the walk here:

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