Year in Review – 2021!
Thank you everyone for supporting the Singapore Birds Project throughout 2021! Our partner Facebook group Bird Sightings, has reached a milestone of 10,000 members, and our website was visited by over 130,000 people. Our community also enjoyed at least 11 new species to Singapore and we interviewed a few birdwatchers who discovered these significant finds!
Updates for January 2016
Although on the surface it seems that we have slowed down somewhat the completion of the write-up for the various species, the truth is that there have been a lot of work going on behind the scenes. For example, we have now included where possible, the link to the IUCN Red List assessment page for […]
How the website began – Part 1 (the checklist)
When I started taking birding seriously in 2010, information about birds whereabouts and what sort of wild birds there were in Singapore was hard to get. At first I relied on Wikipedia which list out all the birds that have been seen, and where they are likely to be found. Forums like Naturepixels and NPSS […]
Our first milestone
The team in the Singapore Bird Project had been busy posting bird species update for the past week and we now have a total of 10 pages worth of detailed description of the various birds. We have completed the Paradise Flycatchers and in the midst of completing the swifts and swiftlets family. Today, we’ll like […]
How this site is organized
The Singapore Bird Project main aim is to document all the wild birds in Singapore. Every species will have its own page. For example the Grey Wagtail page is http://singaporebirds.com/grey-wagtail. For now they are not organized, but there will be a landing page where all these species pages are plotted out. The other section is […]