22 Jun (Fri): MAD for Musang! for kids with Cicada Tree Eco-Place

Specially for kids and families. Common Palm Civets or 'musang' live in urban Singapore. And yes, on Pulau Ubin too!
Common Palm Civets in Siglap Estate
Musang family!
If you are curious about what these small native carnivores look like, what they feed on, who may feed on them, and why they are important to humans, join us to learn more! MAD = Make A Difference!

We will start with a slide-talk on the Common Palm Civet, and then take a leisurely guided nature walk to see if we can find a musang looking for its dinner! Along the way, we may see other precious nocturnal wildlife such as the Greater Mousedeer, and Oriental Whip Snake.

We will only be going on level trails, so this walk is suitable for wheelchairs. Arrangement will be made for night travel back by bumboat.

This activity is a collaboration between Cicada Tree Eco-Place and the NUS Civet Research team.

Date: 22 Jun (Fri)
Time: 6.30pm - 10pm
Meeting place: Changi Point Ferry Terminal (ground level entrance, not basement) at 6.30pm
Cost: $10 to be paid upon arrival at Changi Point Ferry Terminal. This does not include bumboat fees of $3 to Ubin, may be slightly more for the night trip back to Changi.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/cicadatreeecoplace/

Registration required. Register online here

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