Mandai Mangrove and Mudflat is a 15.4 hectare patch of mangrove swamp located along the northeastern coast of Singapore (Fig. 1). Once part of an extensive mangrove that stretched as far as Lim Chu Kang and Sungei Buloh 5km to the west, Mandai Mangrove, together with the other mangrove forests in the network has now been reduced to an isolated patch.
Urban encroachment activities
Save the date!
Date: Saturday, 1st June 2013*
Time: 0930hrs- 1500hrs (GMT+8)
Venue: National University of Singapore
*Please RSVP by 2359hrs, 17 May 2013
According to the ASEAN Regional Centre for Biodiversity Conservation criteria for assessing the value of representative or unique wetlands:
**analysis based on site descriptions compiled by Christopher J. Hails in collaboration with R. Corlett and D.H. Murphy of the National University of Singapore, as listed on the Ramsar website