Friends of the Forest library booths – we did it!

Love Our MacRitchie Forest

What an exciting two weekends it was! As part of the Love Our MacRitchie Forest movement, NUS Toddycats held a series of “Friends of the Forest” conservation booths at various public libraries around Singapore to raise awareness of our forest biodiversity. After the fun-filled weekend at Jurong Regional Library and Central Public Library on 2nd and 3rd September respectively (read more about it here!), one more booth was set up at Queenstown Public Library on 10th September.

At Queenstown Public Library, the day started off with a visit by members of the My Queenstown Heritage Trail group touring the library. A rapport was quickly built as everyone chipped in with stories of their own encounters with our forest wildlife. It certainly helped too that hornbill sightings are very common in Queenstown, making our hornbill specimen very popular with the visitors!

Along the way, the booth…

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