A flock of egrets nesting at Sungei Buloh, Singapore's first and only wetland reserve. The park is a seasonal stopover for migratory birds. It is home to some 126 bird species including sandpipers, plovers, herons, kingfishers and sunbirds.
As you walk on the boardwalks, you can see mudflats and mangroves with their distinctive aerial roots as seen here.
Found! A rustic spot for a picture.
A signboard outlining the species of fishes that swim in the waters here.
A specially constructed tower which offers a bird's eye view of the green and watery surroundings.
One of the views offered at the park. Look closely at the edge of the water and you see one of the resident denizens.
Here's the closeup view of the prehistoric looking reptile, known as a monitor lizard.
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