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Crabby Tales: No Chili Required

We are celebrating our 1st anniversary with our 13th workshop in a series of monthly workshops by The Leafmonkey Workshop for existing nature guides and those interested in becoming nature guides.

Date: 15 January 2010, Friday
Time: 7.00pm - 9.30pm
Venue: Civil Service College [Map]
31 North Buona Vista Road Singapore 275983

What is this workshop about?
This workshop will cover the crabs commonly found in the waters of Singapore. What they are? What are their roles and adaptations? Find out more in this brief introduction to crabs for nature guides.

This workshop is likely to be more useful for those who have already started guiding and who have some basic knowledge of crabs. The workshop is not intended to replace self-study and practical experience in the field. For more details about crabs, see the wildsingapore fact sheets.

SPEAKER
Tan Swee Hee, RMBR
Swee Hee is the Curator of Crustacea at the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR) specializing in crab taxonomy. He is also a lecturer in the Department of Biological Sciences at the National University of Singapore.

PLEASE REGISTER AT
http://tr.im/register2010

Registration is strongly advised as it allows us to better customize the workshop to suit YOUR needs! If you have difficulty submitting your registration on this website, please email us at


CLOSING DATE
Please register by 13 January 2010 (Wed).

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Click here to read more about the workshop objectives, aims and purpose. If you are not sure if the workshop is suitable for you, read here to find out more.

WORKSHOPS FAQ
Please read the workshop FAQ which aims to answer any of your other burning questions.

COST OF WORKSHOP
Participation is by donation and participants are free to pay whatever they are comfortable with. What does this mean?

PROGRAM
7.00pm - Registration, Networking, Bring your own Dinner!
7.30pm - 30 minutes of background content
8.00pm - Workshop discussion and group presentations.
9.30pm - End of workshop

REGISTER NOW!