Cyrene's amazing seagrass meadows are featured on the World Seagrass Association blog, thanks to Siti Maryam Yaakub who manages the blog.
09 October 2011
25 September 2011
Jocelyn Sze shares more about Cyrene Reef and the work done by TeamSeagrass on the Reef, with the VIPs attending the Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III.
07 August 2011
22 July 2011
The Cyrene Reef Pentaceraster sea star is featured in the poster of "A Decade of Amazing Discoveries" by the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research!
Thanks to Kai-xin for using my photo and giving me the soft copy of the gorgeous poster! For more about the celebration of "Decade of biodiversity discoveries and conservation in Singapore".
|Click on image for a larger view|
Posted by Ria Tan at 8:04 PM
12 May 2011
"I was in anticipation after being able to go to Cyrene - expecting to see stuff on other intertidal shores of Singapore", says Tony.
"However, I was able to see far more than I had seen before!"
|Knobbly that seems to have raised its arm to "shake hands" - |
remarks Tony of this photo he shared.
09 May 2011
"It's great to be back with Mother Nature again and this always put life back into perspective for me," says Teck Hui.
22 March 2011
"It's a reef? A sea reef? It's off an island? Oh, it's part of an island? Erm it has starfish and other cool looking animals, corals on it. Do I get to see a 'Nemo'?". Probably common questions if I were to ask a land lover who's never been to our country's smaller islands (Mainland Singapore, Tekong and Sentosa doesn't count!!).
So begins Andrew as he shares awesome photos and stories of his trip to Cyrene on his One° North Explorers blog.
|Just one of Andrew's many gorgeous photos of Cyrene.|
22 February 2011
To probably anyone else around the area, it’s just a patch of rocks and sand.
But take a boat out and take a close peek ....
|Glorious weather over Cyrene, photo by Clarence Chua.|
25 January 2011
Thanks to Andy, Cyrene is included in the Ohio State University's Uncovering an Ancient Tree of Life video clipAndy's blog and check out his other awesome video clips of Singapore's marine life!