Birds are well-loved for their colourful plumage, melodious songs and graceful flight. Unknown to many, Singapore supports a rich variety of over 400 bird species.
Come discover the vibrant world of our feathered friends through the eyes of birders and artists in Singapore through this exhibition. These include that of Chris Hails
and Frank Jarvis
, who collaborated to publish Birds of Singapore
. Find out how the local birding scene has grown, uncover what birding really entails and maybe, you can be a birder too.
*The CDL Green Gallery is closed every last Tuesday of the month. If the closure day falls on a public holiday, the closure will be moved to the following working day.
Bird Watching in the Garden
11, 12, 19 January
Come join our friendly guides and be wowed by the beautiful bird art showcased at The Art of Birding
exhibition in the CDL Green Gallery with a chill weekend morning walk in Singapore's favourite garden. Find out the best spots to see birds at our UNESCO World Heritage Site. Free admission. Registration
Bird Watercolour Painting Workshop
11 January, 9am–11am
Take a short tour of the Art of Birding
exhibition in the CDL Green Gallery and discover beautiful bird art pieces. This workshop is a great introductory lesson to learn how to create your very own art piece, even for beginners! Taught by NParks Volunteer Mr Tham Pui San
, this session will appeal to both the young and old, even those who have not picked up a pencil to draw in the last decade. Come and rekindle your spark with drawing through nature appreciation. Registration
Nature Sketching in the Gardens
18 January, 9am–11am
Enjoy nature creatively through this engaging, fun and therapeutic activity. Join our volunteer artist, Mr Tham Pui San
, as he teaches and guides you in acquiring drawing and observation skills to equip you for an interesting journey of nature appreciation. Please bring along your own sketching materials
Registration is required 15 minutes prior to the Visitor Services Counter @ Tanglin Gate. Limited to a maximum of 20 adults per session. For more information, please email NParks_SBG_Visitor_Services@nparks.gov.sg
Image courtesy of Singapore Botanic Garden