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Thursday, March 19, 2009
This programme made me learnt about the hornbills,which people thought it was once extinct in singapore from 1882 to 1993.
We Love Hornbills!
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Thank you for visiting Hornbills Rock! This blog is run by students from West Grove Primary School (Singapore) with support and guidance from the good people at Cicada Tree Eco-Place.
Learning from the experts
Sharing with guests about our project.
Talks in honour of hornbills
More information about Horbills!
1) The only truly 'wild' hornbills by Lim Kim Seng on the Nature Watch website: brief explanation of the hornbills sighted in Singapore.
2) Oriental pied hornbill on the Forest Department, Sarawak website: brief fact sheet
3) Nesting Observations of the Oriental Pied Hornbill by Dr Chan Kai Soon of the Malayan Nature Society: a fascinating record of observations.
5) Oriental Pied Hornbill Stamps!
Hornbills Rock at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Hornbills rock team with Dr Vilma. We had a great time sharing our project with others and learning from them too!
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We Love Hornbills!
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