Night Walk: Fun with Nocturnal Animals at the Green Rail Corridor

Date : 21 Apr 2022
Time : 7.20pm - 9.30pm
Location : Green Rail Corridor

NSS Members only - Registration Needed

Join NSS Education Committee Vice Chairperson and Professional Nature Guide Gloria Seow to see the iconic Green Rail Corridor in a new light at night as it comes alive with charming nocturnal wildlife. The natural stream here flows down from Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and hosts the Malayan Giant Frog, Common Walking Catfish, Lowland Freshwater Crab, Ghost Shrimp and various fish and frog species. The Common Palm Civet (‘musang’) is a possibility, especially with the many Yellow Stem Fig trees providing a source of food. Under UV light, watch plants, fungi, lichens and insects fluoresce gorgeous shades of red, purple, yellow and blue. Other possible sightings include the shy Malayan Box Terrapin, the stunning Gold-ringed Cat Snake, the occasional Colugo, as well as owls, centipedes, fireflies, nightjars, and various bat species hunting or foraging in the cool nightscape.

Trip Leader: Gloria Seow


$5 per participant (adult/child)

- No shows will be barred from future walks conducted by the NSS Education Committee.
- Fees will be collected on the day of the walk.


To attend, please register at:

- Please provide your NSS membership number.
- Each family can register a maximum of four names with at least one child (4 to 12 years old) per family.
- Confirmation details will be emailed after the closing date.

Closing Date
15 April 2022, Friday

Max. No. of Participants
20 persons

Covid-19 Safe Management Measures
- Participants will be split into subgroups with the maximum number of persons per subgroup capped at the prevailing maximum permissible group size.
- A 1m distancing between subgroups will be observed at all times in accordance with Covid-19 Safe Management Measures.


For enquiries, contact Gloria at

Note: This is a MTI/STB approved walk.

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