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About Project Semakau
Project Semakau is a community involvement and conservation project, driven by volunteer-based research led by the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, National University of Singapore, to collect data on the biodiversity of Pulau Semakau so as to realise and enhance the island's value as a nature education and conservation site. find out more ยป
 
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16 Dec 2011

A special overnight trip to Pulau Semakau was organised over the weekend of 26 and 27 November 2011 for conducting taxa-specific surveys.

12 Nov 2011
To commemorate the third anniversary of Project Semakau, a celebration was held in NUS on 12 November 2011.
18 Jul 2011
A total of seven guided walks were conducted in June and July 2011.
19 Jun 2011
Project Semakau had its last major survey trip over two days from 18-19 Jun 2011.