Do you have a passion for nature and the environment?
You can do something about it! – Join Raffles Museum Toddycats!
Raffles Museum Toddycats! are a group of volunteers of the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research at the National University of Singapore dedicated to public education and outreach since 2000. The programme intends to expose, develop, enthuse and apply individuals to programmes in conservation, education and research.
Right now we rebuilding our core activity (Toddycats Engage!) – public exhibitions and education through the use of zoological specimens and station guiding. This is something we have been doing since Museum Fest 2002! Most recently, we were in action at the Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III and Yishun Pond Rejuvenated at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.
We are recruiting!
If you have a passion for nature and the environment and would like to contribute to raising awareness of and an empathy for biodiversity in Singapore, apply to join us as a Raffles Museum Toddycat by filling in the relevant form:
Jump into action immediately!
We spring to action once again after a station guiding training session with an event at Geylang East Public Library on Sat 10 Dec 201 to celebrate the International Year of the Forest! Our booth’s roll call will include the famous baby dugong specimen, otters and crabs and we will bring down a really heavy dinosaur vertebrate bone! We will conduct activities matching diet and habitats with wildlife and ecosystems and some 3D papercrafts created by Toddycat Junius Soh: http://xinheritage.blogspot.com.
Sign up now at: http://tinyurl.com/volunteer-lib !
Join us in helping all in Singapore discover and conserve biodiversity in Singapore!
Tze Kwan & Weiting