We are very pleased that two of Stephen Caffyn Landscape Design’s (SCLD) projects have been shortlisted as Finalists for the prestigious Landscape Institute Awards. Our two (2) shortlisted projects are the Learning Forest and Kranji Marshes. Read More
The LI received over 160 entries for the Awards from companies and practitioners from around the world. A total of 36 projects were shortlisted and we were fortunate that both projects submitted by Stephen Caffyn Landscape Design were shortlisted as finalists.
Stephen Caffyn Landscape Design wins the Outstanding Award of Excellence at the Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards for Kranji Marshes. Read More
The Kranji Marshes improvement project was intended to reinstate the marsh as a haven for freshwater birds and provide access and facilities for visitors.
Kranji Marshes is now home to more than 170 species of birds, 54 species of butterflies and 33 species of dragonflies, all of which can be observed and studied by visitors without disturbance.
World Wetland Day 2nd Feb 2016 Read More
It's no coincidence that Kranji Marshes was officially opened yesterday on 1st February 2016 just in time for World Wetlands Day today 2nd February 2016.
Kranji Marshes also made the front page of all the newspapers today here in Singapore.
Official opening of Kranji Marshes today 1st February 2016 Read More
Countdown to the Opening of Kranji Marshes Read More
Kranji Marshes construction about to start Read More
A great video of two Otters checking out a Crocodile on a bank at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore. Read More
We are hoping to get visitors like these as well as the Birds at the new Kranji Marshes freshwater marsh nature reserve once it's finished.
Looking forward to getting the Contractor on board and starting the construction work on the Nature Reserve.
Some of the birds of interest we spotted on our visit:
3 Purple Swamphens (Porphyrio porphyrio) Read More
1 Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea)
1 Yellow Bittern (Ixobrychus sinesis)
A flock of Red-wattled Lapwings (Vanellus indicus atronuchalis)
Several Long-tailed Parakeets (Psittacula longicauda) - our native Parakeet
1 Kingfisher - just a glimpse, probably a White-throated Kingfisher (Halcyon smyrnensis)